Sisonke Msimang

 
The Help is still the underclass
The Help is still the underclass
Ever since 1994, South Africa has experienced growing waves of transnational migration, and women from neighbouring countries wishing to support...
To reckon with Winnie's ghost
To reckon with Winnie's ghost
It is only a few short months since Winnie Madikizela-Mandela died and South Africa and the world paid their last respects to her at that spectacular funeral. So Sisonke Msimang’s important and highly readable book, The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela (Jonathan Ball),...
Winnie ‘unashamedly’ resurrected
Winnie ‘unashamedly’ resurrected
In her introduction to The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela, author Sisonke Msimang states unapologetically: “I will not pretend otherwise: I am interested in redeeming Ma Winnie.”...
Go beyond living up to Mandela
Go beyond living up to Mandela
Last month, the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) celebrated Africa Month. There was a host of events and discussions about our African history and...
Reimagining an unburdened Winnie
Reimagining an unburdened Winnie
Winnie Mandela, she
Another country, another tear-gassing
Another country, another tear-gassing
Writer Sisonke Msimang moved to Kenya as a child in the early 1980s. She writes of that Kenya in her newly released, insightful memoir, Always...

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