ISSUE #96

#WeToo: Sexual harassment in the workplace


Late night calls and inappropriate comments

Relax, it’s just polony


Why I’ve coined listeriosis as hysteriosis

Can the ANC be trusted to deliver land restitution?


The ruling party’s neoliberal economic dogma

The Rwandan genocide: When Black Lives Don’t Matter


The rhetorical cries of ‘never again’ ring ever more hollow

The roots of corporate ‘amorality’ in the Dutch and English East India Companies


Free trade is a myth perpetuated by the powerful

Freedom Day: A meditation on Nelson Mandela’s Legacy


Internalising the difficult truths about heroes and their legacies.

In the aftermath of #FeesMustFall: Scapegoats, race, and the question of individual responsibility


“We advised our terrified students to try to lock themselves in their rooms and wait it out”

The state of ethical and moral leadership in corporate South Africa


Trevor Manuel's address to the Unisa School of Business Leadership

Abortion: Should a man have a say on what a woman decides with her body?


Students share their views on this sensitive issue

Ah, but your land is beautiful


On the limits of landscape art and the land question

In conversation with Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi


A repository of our hidden African history

Zakes Mda on his new book, ‘The Zulus of New York’


“I write historical fiction to tame the past”

Land Reform: The key challenge of our time


If handled properly, social justice is possible

Rashid Lombard: Semi-retired, now Cape Town’s ultimate Jazz A-lister


Pulling off a festival with a dream and empty pockets

Thinking, researching and writing Africa: insights from Nigeria’s Tutuola


Tutuola’s novels are founded on the lived realities of Yoruba society

Hurricane Maria, a story of resilience


My family, and about 3 million others are not going anywhere

On Life Esidimeni and the banality of evil


The slow slip of weak leadership

Budget fails to bring change in economic direction


The 2018 budget is more of the same approach and will bring misery for most South Africans

Cape Town: This is not “the deadliest” water crisis


The city can survive it, if the narrative is productive

Fatima Meer: Painting in prison


Reading rank and race in the Constitutional Hill’s Women’s Jail

Waiting for Ramaphosa’s sun to rise


Ramaphosa promises a new dawn but will the arts be thrown a lifeline?

Austerity, enclosure and the bittersweet gains of #FeesMustFall


Escalation, militarism, misinformation and isolation

Cyril Ramaphosa sees his ‘New Dawn’ from the comfort of his motorcade


On the one percent, blood money and pharaohs

Undoing a divisive language policy and practice at the UFS


An opportunity to come together: everyone must be part of the conversation

Decolonising Economics in South Africa


Understanding the Historical Roots of White Monopoly Capital

Morgan Tsvangirai, the most popular Zimbabwean political leader


Opposition leader towered over all politicians in Zimbabwe

Allister Miller and the Times of Swaziland


A colonial paper in the heart of Africa

ISSUE #96

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