Madiba

 
Gugu Zulu may be no more but his dream, like Mandela's, endures
Gugu Zulu may be no more but his dream, like Mandela's, endures
"Just taking a stroll in the garden high above a blanket of clouds.” That was to be the last thing that race driver Gugu Zulu tweeted before his...
Madiba: Dancing to the tune of freedom
Madiba: Dancing to the tune of freedom
I was watching the coverage of the 25th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's release on TV on Wednesday afternoon, sweltering in the heatwave, and I...
Photographer says GCIS mum over R20m demand for Madiba image
Photographer says GCIS mum over R20m demand for Madiba image
The Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) hasn't met photographer Shaun Harris, who is seeking recognition and R20-million in...
Recalibrating the African 'big man' image
Recalibrating the African 'big man' image
Nelson Mandela had the authenticity and heft to restore a sense of gravitas to the model of former leaders at the nexus between diplomacy and...
Mandela's long and begrudging walk to Disneyland
Mandela's long and begrudging walk to Disneyland
In death as in life, Nelson Mandela was thoughtful. December 5 2013 was a convenient time for him to die as far as the state officials and...
Alex township's Madiba memory fades
Alex township's Madiba memory fades
The reddish brick house that Nelson Mandela used to rent in the 1940s in Alexandra looks old and dilapidated.
[Video]Race, rice and the Generations gap
[Video]Race, rice and the Generations gap
It's been a year since Mandela passed away, but SA is still plagued by racism, police are still killing civilians and Generations is still subpar.
Memories of Madiba in Mauritius
Memories of Madiba in Mauritius
It was only after five days of blissing out on one of the most idyllic Mauritian beaches that I learned that the beach I was walking on, Le Saint...
[Video]Madiba’s Alexandra legacy abandoned
[Video]Madiba’s Alexandra legacy abandoned
Across the road from Mandela’s former home in Alexandra is the town's heritage centre, which lies incomplete over 10 years after construction began.
Monstrous shades colours perceptions about role of art
Monstrous shades colours perceptions about role of art
Mandla Msiza, a parliamentary officer who shuttles between Johannesburg and Cape Town for work, was in Gauteng last Thursday when artist Michael...
[Slideshow]The world pays tribute to Mandela
[Slideshow]The world pays tribute to Mandela
As South Africans come to terms with the loss of former president Nelson Mandela, the rest of the world bids farewell to Madiba.

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