Netflix tale of ageing recluse with violent side will either leave you entertained or vaguely disappointed
‘Bamboozled’ shows with hallucinogenic clarity that life doesn’t have to stop being hard in order to find happiness, healing and love
‘A Letter To My Perpetrator’ is more than a testimonial by survivors of GBV. It asks questions about healing through forgiveness of the perpetrator and oneself
Leora Farber’s current installation at Iziko South African National Gallery unleashes a plethora of associations and emotions
Lensman Sam Msibi’s memoir, The Accidental Frontline Journalist, reveals a life irrevocably bound to South Africa’s history
‘Drum’ photographer Jürgen Schadenberg, who died on Sunday, displayed a profound humanism, writes his friend and sometime collaborator Hazel Friedman
For years it seemed to all those people caught in Tracy Morrison’s intricate webs of deceit that she would never be called to account
Govt seems reluctant to agree to allow South Africans sentenced abroad to serve part of their sentences at home. Hazel Friedman reports on two cases.
A striking new documentary delves into the lives of Israelis and Palestinians living together but apart.
Poverty presents several faces. There is the face puckered by financial hardship — contorted and reconfigured, life’s stress-fractures — and the face reflecting not so much despair but a loss of hope. This is the face of many women farm workers on the bountiful wine estates of the Western Cape.