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7th September 2021 For nearly three decades, the ANC has held South Africa’s politics in an iron grip. Even as its reputation was dented by scandal and poor... →
31st August 2021 ‘Already I had lost most traces of a typical ‘coloured’ accent. In time I would get used to overhearing, from some of the girls I flirted with,... →
24th August 2021 Comrade Editor is the candid story of Gwen Lister, the activist journalist who achieved global renown for opposing South Africa’s occupation of... →
13th August 2021 Drawing on the experiences of women ranging from political activists to domestic workers, sex workers and students, commentator and writer... →
12th August 2021 It has been nearly ten years since Africa is Open for Business was first published and Victor Kgomoeswana showcased the continent as a place of... →
22nd July 2021 In The Great Pretenders: Race and Class under ANC Rule, veteran political analyst Ebrahim Harvey delivers a stinging critique of the ANC. This... →
8th July 2021 The assassination of police investigator Charl Kinnear in Cape Town in 2020 was yet one more in a spate of murders related to the wider ‘guns to... →
7th July 2021 ‘When we moved from the farm, my mother was especially concerned about my survival. How would her youngest child survive township life; how would... →
6th July 2021 ‘When I joined the struggle as a 13-year-old boy in Soweto, I would never have imagined that one day I would blow the whistle on a special kind of... →