memories

 
Slice of life: Making tea with love
Slice of life: Making tea with love
“Palesa! Make me tea.” The water in the kettle begins to boil as Palesa prepares to make Mkhulu his favourite tea. She slowly pours milk into...
From Rhodes to Rwanda, painful memories don't stop history repeating itself
From Rhodes to Rwanda, painful memories don't stop history repeating itself
"We’ve become obsessed with memory.” That’s the view of David Rieff, internationally renowned scholar and journalist, who is in South Africa...
Universities need stumbling stones
Universities need stumbling stones
In most German cities there are brass plaques set into the pavements. They are raised just above the pavement with the result that if, say, you are...
[Slideshow]My Mandela memories
[Slideshow]My Mandela memories
Wherever he went, Madiba left an impression. Here is a selection of our readers' special memories of meeting the former statesman.
Bitter memories made sweet
Bitter memories made sweet
There's a dove outside the window. Crwoooo... Or is it a pigeon? I never can tell.

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