A striking new documentary delves into the lives of Israelis and Palestinians living together but apart.
Poverty presents several faces. There is the face puckered by financial hardship — contorted and reconfigured, life’s stress-fractures — and the face reflecting not so much despair but a loss of hope. This is the face of many women farm workers on the bountiful wine estates of the Western Cape.
Suzan Chala reviews IN Joy and Peace (St Theresa’s Convent, R50) In Joy and Peace is one CD you should consider adding to your collection, not only because the vocalists are primary-school children but because their voices are magnificently refreshing and the songs inspire a sense of spiritual comfort. Jeremy Karodia, music teacher at St […]