Leon de Kock pens a poem about the celebrated octogenarian playwright, Athol Fugard.
The young Ethiopian poet Hiwot Adilow performs a beautiful poem about the power of her name. Watch the video here.
In this week’s poem blog, John Eppel renders our feathered friends in lyrical detail.
SLiPnet’s Pieter Odendaal stumbles upon an exhibition of cartoons that address the issue of climate change.
Should citizens be concerned at the ‘Zulufication’ of South Africa? T.O. Molefe thinks not.
Sarah Emily Duff reviews Carol Campbell’s novel, My Children Have Faces, a quest narrative about a nomadic family in the Karoo.
Chantelle van Heerden translates the iconic short story “Drie kaalkoppe eet tesame” by Jan Rabie, a surreal depiction of three ravenously hungry diners succumbing to cannibalism.
The 1920s, Blade Runner style? J Brooks Spector discusses Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby
This month’s poetry project delivered yet another crop of diverse and beautiful poems. Read the submissions and Dawn’s response here.
Pierre de Vos regards UKZN’s decision to make Zulu a compulsory course for all first years as a step in the right direction.