identity

 
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
The revelation by the Competition Commission into the currency fixing by major banks exposed a litany of corruption in the financial sector that...
Isn't identity informed by experience?
Isn't identity informed by experience?
In the midst of the turmoil in the Philosophical Society of South Africa (PSSA), I read with interest the
Who has authority to talk about identity?
Who has authority to talk about identity?
The philosophical community of South Africa was rocked by allegations of racism at the annual meeting of the Philosophical Society of South Africa...
Important education lessons from Havana
Important education lessons from Havana
Cuban educationalist Tania Morales de la Cruz, professor of education at the University of Matanzas, understands how the chasms between South...
Zim couple suspect baby switch
Zim couple suspect baby switch
On the first Thursday of November, 23-year-old Tawanda Mutsvene bundled his equally young partner, Definite Chivanga (22), into an early morning...
Transgender woman goes on hunger strike over ID application
Transgender woman goes on hunger strike over ID application
A transgender woman has embarked on a liquid and food hunger strike in an attempt to force the home affairs department to give her an identity...
SA: The future of our dreaming
SA: The future of our dreaming
The merit of Imagined Liberation, by Heribert Adam and Kogila Moodley, is that it reminds us of the imperative of hospitality and of...
Naima Mclean: Identity and 'The Colored Museum'
Naima Mclean: Identity and 'The Colored Museum'
Naima Mclean is a musician, poet and actress who this month stars in the George C Wolfe classic, The Colored Museum, directed by James Ngcobo.
Dark time for critical blackness
Dark time for critical blackness
“I did not feel sorry, when my brother Nhamo died.” So begins Nervous Conditions, an insightful novel by theZimbabwean author...
They were never born on paper
They were never born on paper
Nobody knows who he is, Young Boy X, as he stands by the side of the road waving the cars into the empty parking bays. Even though his neon jacket...
Celebrating Indian women in SA
Celebrating Indian women in SA
The Eye of The Leopard by Henning Mankell (Harvill Secker) Percy Zvomuya
Will BBI help coloured people 'feel comfortable in their own skin'?
Will BBI help coloured people 'feel comfortable in their own skin'?
How do you measure suffering? And if you were to find that you have suffered the most, how do you get compensated for that?