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Dinika Govender

Many memories make history

The lived experience of each generation and every person expands on the official version

Mdingi isn’t your hype beast

Three years into a globally appraised luxury fashion business this designer is investing in honesty and environmental integrity

Déjà blues in New Orleans

The Big Easy is much like small-town South Africa — charming, with poverty in the back streets

Storyteller began his journey on a ‘dark, dark night’

Tanlume Enyatseng is doing what he was born to do: weave words into stories

Learn to self-care in a selfless way

"What we seem to have adopted is a supremely individualist definition of self."

Search for ‘good food’ is karma

Just as preparing and eating food binds us, so do visits to markets with fresh, unpackaged products

‘On Photography’ revisited

"Susan Sontag was right about extractive, reductive photos, but her context isn’t mine"

On companies and scandal

"If we can stay on the right side of the law and keep the books presentable, what’s going on at these big organisations?"

Coolie Woman and me

In the book, Gaiutra Bahadur traces her great-grandmother's journey as a 27-year-old woman from Calcutta to Guyana in the British coolie trade.

​Walking among unicorns

Facts about San Francisco are hidden; they are gleaned from trying to make sense of being there

A lens on a portfolio review

Two South African photographers were chosen to showcase and reflect on their work in New York

Exiled Zambian rapper stirs the president’s pot

Pilato was forced to flee Zambia after dropping his latest track titled Koswe Mumpoto (Rat in the pot), which attacked the presidency.

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