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The Rashid Lombard Archive is where it’s happening

With the induction last week of the Rashid Lombard Archive at the University of the Western Cape his photography and stories will soon be accessible to a new generation.

Ramaphosa’s Zondo nomination unpacked

The president took his time to announce the country’s new chief justice. What took him so long, and did he make the best choice?

Legislative change brings pain for Pondoland cannabis farmers

Legislation aimed to kickstart the commercial recreational cannabis industry will not benefit the rural communities who have been cultivating the plant for generations

Proteas’ hungry young lions drive SA to Test victory over India

But black players have to battle the opposition as much as racist sections of South African media and fans — whose expectations demand they fail

‘Times are urgent, let’s slow down’: The groundswell against Shell

Even a country with citizens as fractious and fractured as South Africa is showing signs of unity to save the sea off the Wild Coast.

Defiant Elgar leads Proteas to Test victory over India

Captain anchors crucial partnerships to snatch historic win in breathtaking yo-yo of a match

Paternoster’s palatable (and unpalatable) fare

A gastronomic road trip to the West Coast fishing village uncovers new flavours

Fine-dining in Pinetown: It’s all in the timing

Sustainability and care feed into every aspect of the high-end meals at The LivingRoom

Hotstix’s  hug a celebration of survival

The Jazz Expressions concert in level one lockdown was a reaquaintance with friends, music and jazz photography

JSC lets politics trump conscience and excellence

The sense that the commissioners who nominated five candidates for appointment to the Constitutional Court voted for their constituencies, rather than with their conscience, is difficult to shake off.

The darkroom process of Black Photo Libraries

A book of photographers with no photographs highlights the ownership battles black lensmen are still battling

Review: Ghosts that cannot be contained

The short film Container, which straddles virtual reality and fine art installation, provides a visceral re-examination of both historical and late capitalism

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