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Reimagining an unburdened Winnie
Reimagining an unburdened Winnie
Winnie Mandela, she
Younger poets mourn a master
Younger poets mourn a master
There are countless people in the South African poetry community whose careers have been nourished by the selfless light of the literary giant...
Nirox Words Fest needs curating
Nirox Words Fest needs curating
When it comes to festivals, I am generally a gluttonous human being, making elaborate maps of just how many sessions I can cram in, only to find...
Dreaming of exile – memories of a rainbow nation childhood
Dreaming of exile – memories of a rainbow nation childhood
For many South Africans who grew up in the post-1994 era, the myth of the 'rainbow nation' was a cornerstone of their childhood. Naledi...
Submit to freedom
Submit to freedom
It would take at least two 9/11s and a tsunami for South Africans to be thrown into a state of panic. We live in the most violent society on the...
Civil society: Arts and culture
Civil society: Arts and culture
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