Football’s Burden of History
As people we are products of histories that we have no hand in their creation and the kind that we actively participate in its making through our actions or lack of them.
PRESS RELEASE: TLOKWE SEHUME MAKES HIS LONG AWAITED RETURN TO THE
Four years after his last performance Tlokwe Sehume makes his return to the performance stage in Soweto
Afrika Rea Bolela. A collaboration between Wesley Pepper and Mol
We were always fascinated by graffiti and other street- related ‘sub-cultures’. I loved the idea of expressing creativity in and on what seems like a very unforgiving environment. The city as a metaphor in contemporary society is heavy
THE TAXI CHRONICLES SERIES – A taxi home
Peering into the taxi I see there are only three vacant seats. I say, “Molweni” and the two ladies I would be sharing a seat with exchange glances, the cheekier of the two mumbles, “Morning.”
She found an Africa of beauty in me, revealed treasures of the unknown, the forgotten, she penetrated the borders of my fear with her love, she planted my mountains with kisses and arrows of beauty
Mini Biography – Mama Dorothy Masuku
Dorothy Masuka is an African musical treasure, one of the continent’s all-time greatest vocalists and performers, and one of its greatest and most prolific composers as well.
Why we can’t forget
I do not for one bit question whether it is necessary to remember the events of 21 March 1960. I may not be the right person or one with adequate knowledge about the naming of holidays but I am relatively convinced that if we do not at the least take efforts like those of the City of Tshwane’s renaming of the busy street; Esselen as Robert Sobukwe and the former Beatrix street as Steve Biko