The renaming of streets is an important urban decolonial practice.
The decision to relocate Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks's home from Detroit to Berlin, Germany, is another case of white savior complex.
“My brother, please come and join us.” These were Chumani Maxwele’s disarming words that drew me
It is interesting to note how much of the debate about the renaming of Table Bay
Public art, the vandalism of Nelson Mandela’s legacy for commerce and the spoiling of public space in Cape Town.
“Crumbs–Toppling the Bread Cartel” is the inside story of a Cape Town businessman, Imraahn Mukaddam’s fight
On Sunday, walking past the Exclusive Books store, it was interesting to see Kees van der
I find Nicholas Eppel’s photographs of Elizabeth Barrett striking because it reveals the intimate details of
Nelson Mandela presents a complex, complicated, even contradictory set of public images that have been cycled
South African television is fascinating. Every evening, as part of an ongoing anthropological investigation into the
Cape Town is changing. One recent Sunday morning I took a walk through Walmer Estate, a
Today marks the 19th anniversary of Freedom Day in South Africa. It is an occasion to