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EDITORIAL: Hofmeyr? Seriously?
EDITORIAL: Hofmeyr? Seriously?
What was Afrikaans Sunday paper Rapport thinking? Getting the notorious racist and bad singer Steve Hofmeyr to write an analysis piece...
Krog, Pauw speak out on newspaper’s decision to publish Hofmeyr’s views
Krog, Pauw speak out on newspaper’s decision to publish Hofmeyr’s views
Prominent authors Antjie Krog and Jacques Pauw have spoken of their disappointment at being featured alongside apartheid apologist and racist Steve...
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Antjie Krog
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Antjie Krog
From publishing her first volume of poetry at age 17 to her coverage of the TRC hearings, poet and writer Antjie Krog is a remarkable South African.
Mbokodo women solid as a rock in the cultural world
Mbokodo women solid as a rock in the cultural world
"How does it feel to be called a stone?" asked actress Warona Seane, before presenting the nominees for the Mbokodo Dance award over the weekend....
Ethics knot leaves poetry at sea
Ethics knot leaves poetry at sea
‘I only have problems,” said Antjie Krog, going against the current of metaphysical optimism about the transcendent possibilities of...
A marriage of sound and image
A marriage of sound and image
What does yellow sound like? It's the kind of challenge neurologist Oliver Sacks might enjoy and is central to the current Market Theatre...

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