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Black liberation dreaming: Nolan Oswald Dennis’s digital essay game ‘a sun.black’

Nolan Oswald Dennis’s digitial essay game, ‘a sun.black’, keeps all options available as it examines decolonisation

The Portfolio: Antony Kaminju

Antony Kaminju shares his experience of making a photo of the Roving Bantu Kitchen’s Sifiso Ntuli

Cape’s lively soil favours olive-oil toil

The local industry makes less than 1% of the olive oil produced around the world every year, but the Western Cape’s climate is perfect for farmers

When politicians talk about ‘our people’, who are they referring to?

The same government that talks about being in service of ‘our people fails poor, black children whose only dream is to receive an education

Why it’s crucial to collaborate

We are able to achieve meaningful social change better, and faster, if we act together

Xenophobia chips away at the African notion of ubuntu

The multifaceted and complex issues facing the continent can only be tackled effectively together

Ubuntu should be at the centre of our response to Covid-19

Demonstrations of common humanity are a powerful tool to help us navigate our way through the pandemic

Eusebius McKaiser: Certain views about Covid-19’s global trajectory are anti-poor and anti-human

This is no time to snigger at the high rates of coronavirus in the Global North. We could be just as hard hit — and it is poor people who will suffer the most

Mega lessons from mega-events

Expo 2020 Dubai has already engaged 30 000 volunteers from the city

The Pope’s message of unity and reconciliation

The Pope’s primary message to each country responded to their unique circumstances

Words have the power to effect change

We need to think about the way we speak and the effect that has on society and our country

We are not meant to be alone

"uKukhapha is the bedrock of isiNtu. This untranslatable notion of uMntu ngumntu ngabantu".

Only fools pray for rain, they say

The physical predicaments we experience go far further than what our conditioned minds perceive

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