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Kholeka Shange

An ‘aesthetic inheritance’: ugogo the [visual] griot

Refiguring ugogo as a critical figure in the making of Black [visual] archives

‘Speaking like falling’: Centring ukhoko’s tongue

Through her praxis, Kholeka Shange interrogates the marginalisation of African languages in the academy

‘Ngibambeni, ngibambeni bomama!’ Refiguring Princess Magogo

The official historiography of Princess Magogo misses the nuances and influences of the many women in her life

Thath’i sgubhu usfak’ es’ketchini: (Re)making theatre with Jefferson Tshabalala

J Bobs masterfully dismantles the highbrow/lowbrow binary in his theatre-making practice

Sixosh’ abathakathi: Ukuthwebula and the photographic image

Reimagining image making through concepts found in isiZulu

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