Nat Nakasa, who died in 1965, was one of those who were ground down by the alienation of exile. A friend recalls the time.
As the body of South African anti-apartheid journalist Nat Nakasa makes its way home, we remember him in five pieces of writing.
The press ombud has instructed "Drum" magazine to apologise to Top Billing presenter Bonang Matheba.
Cover pages of SA's iconic Drum magazine evoke a 1950s black fashion and jazz culture which perished when apartheid forces razed Sophiatown.
British Magnum photographer Ian Berry's odyssey in South Africa is charted in an exhibition at the Liverpool International Slavery Museum.
Sunday is the 50th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre. Humphrey Tyler was the only reporter there when the police opened fire.
In an edited extract from his new book, The Indian in Drum, Riason Naidoo shares his journey to find a nuanced picture of Indian identity.
FOUR black-and-white images of Nelson Mandela in his autobiography are at the centre of the row between Jim Bailey and a former Drum photographer.
Three decades of journalism by Max Du Preez was recognised on Saturday when he was awarded the prestigious Nat Nakasa Award for fearless writing.