What does it mean when a community takes justice into its own hands? Revisiting the case of People Against Gangsterism and Drugs (PAGAD) in Cape Town.
Where do these debates about the place of coloureds and Indians in South Africa come from?
Karl Marx can be useful to people fighting for social justice and who at the same time are deeply religious.
This text is a transcription of a talk given at Azania House, Bremner Building, University of Cape Town, April 2015.
How we harness knowledge to the ethical injunctions we uphold against marginality, pain or suffering, on a global scale.
"Jazzing" on the Cape Flats, almost similar to salsa as developed in New York City. It's the dominant sound of parties in Cape Town.
For some of us, the official celebrations are missing a crucial element: Celebrating Nelson Mandela as a figure of armed struggle and the liberation movement.
Why are South Africa's middle classes not mobilizing against xenophobia.