A new film by South African director Nomawonga Khumalo represents the contradictions and nuances of black women’s interior lives.
Adidas and other private, for-profit companies that are embracing corporate queerness are never going to contribute to our liberation.
Scholars Archie Mafeje and Cedric Robinson challenged Eurocentrism. Their ideas are becoming more widely known. They're the focus of AIAC Talk this week.
The Joint Boundary Commission that Lesotho and South Africa have revived, gives hope that some sort of border deal might be possible between the two countries.
Corruption is South Africa’s pandemic—one that has been disenfranchising and killing people long before our transition to democracy.
What is the South African political leader Robert Sobukwe’s legacy today?
The system to pay out royalties to musicians in South Africa says a lot about the racial inequalities in the local industry.
#FeesMustFall was the most serious challenge to the post-apartheid political order, but didn’t connect to broader working-class struggles. Now, despite police brutality, students are beginning to make those linkages.
If we stop using terms to describe race at all, we risk undermining our struggle to eliminate racism.
Is the future of podcasting a show featuring isiZulu retellings of 19th-century African life combined with an original soundscape composed with a revolutionary ethos?
What would happen if people could transform state policy based on the principle of social justice? The AIDS struggle in South Africa has some lessons.
Just ten nations have administered 75% of the vaccines worldwide. Countries like South Africa are being left behind.
The writer Mphuthumi Ntabeni's new novel explores the deep history of colonialism and resistance in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.
An examination of South African statistics reveal that the police are substantially more violent than those in the US or Canada.
Dennis Brutus described Arthur Nortje as “perhaps the best South African poet of our time.”
The ideal South African is not the citizen but the consumer, and this is impressed upon children immediately when some are sent to private schools.
What is one particular place when represented photographically?