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Remembering Nat Nakasa
Remembering Nat Nakasa
It is fitting that Nat Nakasa’s remains are...
Five good reads on Nat Nakasa
Five good reads on Nat Nakasa
"I may shut up for some time because of fear. Yet even this will not make me feel ashamed. For I know that as long as the ideas...
Correction: Drum to apologise to Bonang Matheba
Correction: Drum to apologise to Bonang Matheba
On February 18 Sapa issued a story headlined "DRUM ORDERED TO APOLOGISE" claiming that the press ombud instructed Drum...
Iconic Drum turns 60
Iconic Drum turns 60
Yellowed cover pages of South Africa's iconic Drum magazine evoke a 1950s black fashion and jazz culture which perished when apartheid...
Stripped naked, our racist past is ugly
Stripped naked, our racist past is ugly
British Magnum photographer Ian Berry's 50-year odyssey in South Africa is charted in Living Apart, an exhibition showing at the Liverpool...
Days that shook the world
Days that shook the world
On Sunday night March 20 1960, Johannesburg was remarkably peaceful considering that a revolution was planned for the following morning.
A long struggle for copyright
A long struggle for copyright
FOUR black-and-white images of Nelson Mandela in his autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom, are at the centre of a new twist in the row between a...
Max Du Preez scoops Nat Nakasa Award
Max Du Preez scoops Nat Nakasa Award
Three decades of controversial, opinionated and pro-South African journalism by Max Du Preez was recognised in Johannesburg on Saturday when the...

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