Author

 
Grant Clark

Grant Clark

    'It is the children who suffer'
    'It is the children who suffer'
    Thulile Radebe’s broad smile as she describes her one-year-old son’s attempts to walk belies her difficulties in trying to care for...
    Back to the kitchen
    Back to the kitchen
    They spent years working their way into the boardrooms of some of the country’s top institutions. Now, a group of top professional black...
    KwaMashu sees the light
    KwaMashu sees the light
    Durban's robust campaign to attract interest in its local film industry is about to take a leap forward with the launch of a new international film...
    Refugee terror in KZN
    Refugee terror in KZN
    Every day at dusk, Inkosi Mbuyiseni Ntuli (74) locks his modest home in rural northern KwaZulu-Natal and heads into dense bush to find a place to...
    Return of the voice
    Return of the voice
    "From prison to release, none could scan my mental capacity. Prison bars and doors, prison gates and keys, prison security and walls, prison cells...
    'Lost tribe' gets land back
    'Lost tribe' gets land back
    Hadima Ebrahim Ally (72) can’t remember the last time she felt this elated. Casting her eyes over the cheering crowds and beyond, to the city...
    Indian president quizzes SA students
    Indian president quizzes SA students
    South African students at a high school in a township outside Durban were treated to a special science lesson on Friday, delivered by Indian...
    Indian president's 'pilgrimage' to SA
    Indian president's 'pilgrimage' to SA
    They originally came as indentured workers but almost 150 years later, South Africa's million-plus people of Indian origin have carved out a...