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Linton Kwesi Johnson gave poetry back to the people

The 2020 winner of the PEN Pinter Prize, LKJ’s poetry puts the ignominy and hardship of the black experience in Britain front and centre in words that echo across the decades

Historical novel tests notion of nation

The past explains the present but not the future because ‘that tiny chaos’ makes the future opaque

SA needs to play catchup with India

"We are a much younger country than India, so it may seem unfair to compare, but we are not too young to make an effort to learn and catch up."

Selling Africa’s good news stories

Low pay and precarious work conditions for most African journalists lead many to seek work with Western news outlets

Mahlangu leads by example

The artist is a national treasure who wants others to do what she has done for Ndebele art

Laughter sweetens bitter truth

<i>To Kill a Mockingbird</i> was published 50 years ago this month. <b>Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie</b> celebrates the novel's enduring achievement.

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