The poet, writer, artist and activist, who made rubbish of race, left his mark on all aspects of our lives
Deseni Soobben’s sensibilities have changed over the years, but she keeps revisiting the composition and design techniques she learned from her mentors
Fred Khumalo’s contribution to Niq Mhlongo’s ‘Joburg Noir’ opens with a scene of five gangsters chilling around a braai
Melinda Ferguson has gathered essays and stories from 40-plus contributors for Corona Chronicles
Writers, publishers and bookshops are trying to keep afloat during the extended lockdown with digital and virtual offerings
Like the tales told by my grandmother, the short story invites us to take part in its telling
The reader navigates themes such as migration, black masculinity, displacement, aspirations, racial identity and sexuality
The reader navigates themes such as migration, black masculinity, displacement, aspirations, racial identity and sexuality before wokeness
Filled with great skill and craftsmanship, Fred Khumalo’s short stories are exceptional
Race still defines our social classes, and remains the elephant in the room, writes Fred Khumalo.
The war in Angola was disrupting Jean-Yves Ollivier’s life, so he took steps to put an end to it.
Fred Khumalo has proudly evolved from dinosaur to blogger. He shares some insights into the blogosphere that he discovered at the recent Highway Africa conference at Rhodes University.
Suresh Roberts’ latest book falls flat on its face and becomes an angry racial, ideological, personal invective against those who might have crossed the president’s path, writes Fred Khumalo.
Fred Khumalo reminisces about the good old days of typewriters and wonders he should bow to pressure to start his own blog. <
The proposed amendments to the Film and Publications Act have created an impression, and justifiably so, that government is trying to sneak censorship in through the back door, writes Fred Khumalo.
Fred Khumalo takes us back to the days when a journalist could expect a hiding for working for the ‘wrong’ Zulu newspaper at the wrong time. He tracks the development of Zulu journalism since then, marveling at the success of <i>UmAfrika</i> and <i>Ilanga</i> and newcomer <i>Isolezwe</i>.