Tag Archives: apartheid
Angelo Fick reflects on twenty years of democracy, and on being taught by J.M. Coetzee.
Adam Haupt blogs about the need to talk about hip-hop and how we can use it to challenge power.
A prophecy fulfilled? Adam Haupt reflects on Prophets of da City and the stalled revolution.
SLiP asked poets for poems about Madiba. This is the result, including videopoems of Allison-Claire Hoskins and Bulelani Zantsi.
As a young man, recently deceased anti-apartheid activist, Adrian Leftwich, sold out some of his closest friends and comrades in exchange for his own freedom. Rebecca Davis looks back on a haunting South African story.