Monthly Archives: September 2013

Whose Heritage, Again

Turned away from a museum on Heritage Day, Sarah Emily Duff considers the way in which South Africans reflect on their past.

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What’s the answer to Cookie Thumper?

Die Antwoord continues to grate on the open nerves of South Africa’s brittle psyche. Liese van der Watt offers a reading of their latest video, ‘Cookie Thumper’.

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Giving a name to pain: Interview with Marli Roode

Chantelle Gray van Heerden interviews Marli Roode about her debut novel, life, the universe and everything.

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Remembering Seamus Heaney

Prof Malvern van Wyk Smith recounts his personal memories of the recently deceased Irish poet and Nobel Prize winner, Seamus Heaney.

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13 Ways of looking at []

Read the stunning winning poems of the UCT undergraduate poetry competition here.

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