ISSUE #108

Graduates’ exhibition interrogates what it means to be human

Slavery, sangomas and sexuality

How young filmmakers are protecting artistic freedom in Kenya

Safa must level the playing field for women

Ramaphosa’s new dawn in rands and cents

Mboweni’s budget speech brings some relief, but not near enough

Vangile Gantsho’s Riot

With her second collection Red Cotton, the enigmatic poet is raising new hairs

Angela Davis, Palestinian rights and anti-Semitism

Ignorance whitewashes the historical trajectory of the Palestinian experiences of injustice

Standing up for Khashoggi is standing up for safety of journalists globally

“Accountability for these crimes is non-negotiable”

Hilary Teague (1802 – 1853): Father of Liberia’s independence

Businessman, minister, owner and editor of the Liberia’s first newspaper

Reflections through Sebabatso Naledi Thulo’s glasses

Short stories examine life through the lens of a black South African woman

Human Settlements: Budget delays basic human rights

Failure by government to eradicate title deeds backlogs continues to deprive residents of security of tenure

Explainer: why South Africa’s energy generator is in so much trouble

“State capture” (patronage networks), corruption and poor management have led to over staffing and neglected maintenance, resulting in constant breakdowns

ISSUE #108


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