Lehlohonolo Shale

Photographing past and present newsmakers

As I enter the exhibition titled Names in Uphill Letters — A historiography of the newsmakers who tread(ed) South Africa’s soil, at the Workers...

Africa, is your time now?

The Windybrow Arts Centre in Joburg has a variety of performances for Africa Month

Time to reflect in a time of isolation

Theatre goers can finally celebrate things going back to whatever this new normal is

Monageng ‘Vice’ Motshabi’s book and play question the real new South Africa

The The Red on the Rainbow is a story many South Africans can relate to as it asks the hard questions of where the rainbow is

Book review: ‘Amakomiti’ tackles the role of self-governance

Can anything good come out emjondolo? Trevor Ngwane looks into how committees in informal settlements are updating the system for their survival

Zeph Mothopeng: A life hard to embody as flesh and blood

Even in death, the legacy of the Lion of Azania – an uncompromising firebrand – remains contested within the Africanist movement

Cape Town’s Open Book Festival turns over a new leaf

In the midst of the pandemic the literary festival is hosting podcasts instead of livestreamed panels

New ways of seeing Sobukwe

This collection of essays by people touched by the PAC leader opens a debate on his influence

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