Monthly Archives: June 2013
Are we so caught up in the story of Edward Snowden that we lose sight of the real issues at stake? Gareth Langdon takes a closer look at the curious rebirth of dystopia.
This year, the SLiP workshop poets were back at the Youth Day celebrations. Tazneem Wentzel reflects on the changes she perceives since last year’s event.
A new documentary film, ‘The Village Under the Forest’, shows South African Jews confronting a history of Palestinian displacement. But while the film challenges and unsettles some cherished myths, it reinforces others.
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.