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The monstrous mental asylum: Lewis Nkosi writing home

Apartheid SA’s madness, as diagnosed in the exiled author’s subversive texts, was the result of colonialism’s psychological violence

Beyond the blues

The music of jazz maestro Abdullah Ibrahim, which spans 50 years, "belongs to us all, it is our music and it represents us". Ibrahim is a griot committed to celebrating the collective memory of his people. South Africa's "apostle of song" wants local music to celebrate life, writes Sandile Ngidi.

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Judicial committee orders Mogoeng to apologise for SA-Israel remarks

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