Remembering the Blue Notes: South Africa’s first generation of free jazz

Music is shared love

Tension and violence at UFS

“We live by hope, that’s what keeps us moving”

Unshackling my chains

I will not be bound by patriarchy

Bodies Fight Back

New strategies to protect womxn and LGBTI students at UFS

Why media freedom remains fragile in South Africa

The battle for media freedom isn’t over

Ahmed Timol inquest: why uncovering apartheid crimes remains so important

The reopening of an inquest can establish the truth of apartheid era atrocities.

Pen for hire: General Agent SM Bennet Ncwana

"Chairman of Propaganda"

New report reveals the toughest places in the world for a girl to get an education

The global crisis that perpetuates poverty

Always Another Country

Sisonke Msimang: Growing up in exile, longing for home and the baggage of being South African.

Staying mentally healthy to remain relevant to the status quo

The Life Esidimeni Tragedy and beyond

Structural and colonial violence at universities remain uninterrupted

Country in denial about root causes



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