Is the new benchmark in South African cinema “Happiness Is A Four Letter Word”?
The writer recalls his admiration for the South African midfielder, John Moshoeu, who passed away on April 21, 2015.
When the widows of Marikana tried to wake up their husbands from their graves by yelling at them.
Except for the people that saw her take pictures, nobody else knew what the Chicago street photographer did and very little was known of her.
The artist Mohau Modisakeng mines the contours of colonial and post-colonial history.
“Miners Shot Down,” by director Rehad Desai, is a haunting and emotional documentary of the Marikana massacre in August 2012.
If you only visit South African townships to confirm your prejudices and not to experience them the way they are, stay away.
Basil Breakey’s photographs serves as an important recording of South Africa jazz music in the 1960s and 1970s.
Who has the right to speak about Fela Kuti? And how is that right earned?