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The heavy price of pushing masculinity

In the frantic pursuit of patriarchal ideas of manhood, boys often lose their ability to love — this paves the way for cruelty and violence

‘Amandla’ review: Blood, tears and music of the struggle

‘Amandla’s’ status as a cultural rallying point during apartheid is captured in this Sounds review, republished in Chimurenga’s book ‘Festac 77’

Indians in South Africa, a historical excerpt

In the book, The Indian Africans, academic Kiru Naidoo explores the society of colonial Natal in the late 1800s to early 1900

The torment of being a ‘questionable’ South African

25 years into our democracy, South Africans are using similar tests on Africans.

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Letters to the editor: January 31 to February 6 2014

Readers comment on immigrants in the Middle East, the DA's silence and linguistics, and Cope's Mosiuoa Lekota challenges the ANC on party funding.

Lesbian love story scoops top honours at Cannes

French director Abdellatif Kechiche immediately urged the large crowds protesting against gay marriage in Paris to go and see his Cannes winner.

‘Zulu’ brings Cannes to a close

Forest Whitaker turns in a solid performance as a cop searching for a white teenager's murderer in "Zulu" - a violent portrayal of SA gang culture.

Weekend 101: Guptagate heats up Parliament

The Gupta saga comes to Parliament; isiZulu for all school children; and shock, horror from the BBC over poor whites in SA.

Whitaker and Bloom’s ‘Zulu’ to close Cannes film festival

Jerome Salle's film <em>Zulu</em> starring Oscar winner Forest Whitaker and Orlando Bloom will close the 66th Cannes film festival next month.

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Zondo deplores ‘attempted killing’ of state capture witness who implicated Molefe

The deputy chief justice says an attack on one witness may deter many others from giving evidence

State’s failure to act leaves Mpumalanga community at land grabbers’ mercy

Mpumalanga land claimants have been failed by state organs, whose officials are not helping them to remove land invaders, despite a court order

Judicial committee orders Mogoeng to apologise for SA-Israel remarks

The JCC said that by the chief justice straying into politics, he breached the judicial conduct code and ordered him to issue an apology and retraction

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