apartheid

 
Slice of life: ‘I sought my own slave saint’
Slice of life: ‘I sought my own slave saint’
It starts as a child. I was born to a single mom and I only met my father when I was in my 40s. My family is all mixed.
Court order could bankrupt South African History Archive
Court order could bankrupt South African History Archive
A high court judgement has left the South African History Archive (SAHA) reeling following a cost order which could put the organisation out of...
Luthuli inquest could be reopened
Luthuli inquest could be reopened
The Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) have begun a probe into the circumstances around the death in 1967 of ANC president general...
It’s Blac to the future in Bishop Lavis
It’s Blac to the future in Bishop Lavis
At the height of apartheid, with Security Branch officers terrorising people in townships across the country, residents of Bishop Lavis in Cape...
Detainee’s ‘suicide’ revisited
Detainee’s ‘suicide’ revisited
It has been 41 years but the photographs of the scene of Hoosen Haffejee’s death in a cell in Durban’s Brighton Beach police station have not...
Zille, return the land, protesters say
Zille, return the land, protesters say
Nomthandazo Nokubeke (45) once lived in a small room with Cape Town’s famed Lion’s Head mountain towering behind. Her home was in a Sea Point...
isiZulu literature gets a boost
isiZulu literature gets a boost
In July 2017, husband-and-wife team Ariana (née Munsamy) and Wade Smit started a publishing house called Kwasukela Books, because of a desire to...
A comrade rises – before the fall
A comrade rises – before the fall
There was a time long ago, and not so long ago, when Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma represented the potential the liberation of an oppressed people...
Looting of Africa calls for action
Looting of Africa calls for action
A new World Bank report, The Changing Wealth of Nations 2018, documents Africa’s impoverishment by the rampant extraction of minerals, oil and...
Government stopped apartheid victims from receiving better compensation— Ntsebeza
Government stopped apartheid victims from receiving better compensation— Ntsebeza
A people’s tribunal on economic crimes in South Africa has heard submissions on how big corporations evaded the Truth and Reconciliation...
[Video]What is the Legacy of Lucas Mangope?
[Video]What is the Legacy of Lucas Mangope?
For Bophuthatswana leader Lucas Mangope's death brings into focus the role of bantustans and their leaders in upholding apartheid's mission.
Institutional racism is still alive and kicking in the workplace
Institutional racism is still alive and kicking in the workplace
Institutional racism is deeply ingrained in the corporate culture of many South African organisations. Its undermining of the wellbeing of black...

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