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The pride in African languages
The pride in African languages
Whether incomic books, novels or academic work, African languages are increasingly becoming the norm. Athandiwe Saba takes a look at...
Khayelitsha’s kasi-style pizza joint
Khayelitsha’s kasi-style pizza joint
Pizza has always been seen as white people’s food. But in Khayelitsha that perception shifted after the first pizza outlet was opened in the Cape...
Africans deserve to hear their stories
Africans deserve to hear their stories
At the Franschhoek Literary Festival a few months ago, I was sorely challenged on the foundation of the English curriculum taught in South African...
The torment of being a ‘questionable’ South African
The torment of being a ‘questionable’ South African
“Indololwane” (elbow in isiZulu) is probably a word you have never had to think about but, for Tsonga and Venda people, to know it and be able...
Kunjani! Cricket scores isiXhosa
Kunjani! Cricket scores isiXhosa
Black Africans have been playing cricket with style, flair and success since it was first introduced to the continent but it is only now that...
Rich land, poor villagers
Rich land, poor villagers
Coffee Bay’s pristine seaside land is home to some of South Africa’s most popular holiday resorts and remains in the hands of the Bomvana...
Connecting isiXhosa, isiZulu to the digital age
Connecting isiXhosa, isiZulu to the digital age
We live in a world where around 7000 languages are spoken, and...
Queer – and proud to be Xhosa
Queer – and proud to be Xhosa
Lubabalo Mabona* remembers the night vividly.
‘Inxeba wounds our cultural practice’
‘Inxeba wounds our cultural practice’
A gay love story set in an initiation school was bound to ruffle feathers.
Decolonising our spaces as a matter of urgency
Decolonising our spaces as a matter of urgency
I’m a strong believer in constructing the kind of world we want while deconstructing elements of the world that we no longer want and need. As...
A timely yet unheard parable: The tale of The Woman, The Children and The Beasts
A timely yet unheard parable: The tale of The Woman, The Children and The Beasts
“They’re here!” she leaped from her bed, awoken by the crying of The Children.

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