Tag Archives: Post-Apartheid
Wamuwi Mbao reviews this poetry collection, which spans the post-Apartheid period 1996-2013.
Imraan Coovadia’s fifth novel, Tales of the Metric System, confirms his status as a leading South African writer, showing that he can traverse topographies of class, race and gender in a way few other local writers can, writes Leon de Kock.
What happens to an ethics of seeing in a globally mediated world? This is one of the questions raised in Nedine Moonsamy’s review of Ishtiyak Shukri’s ‘I see you’.
Zoë Wicomb’s ‘October’ takes the protagonist back to her Namaqualand hometown to confront old secrets. Read Chantelle Gray van Heerden’s review here.
Chris Thurman reviews Natasha Distiller’s Shakespeare and the Coconuts: On Post-Apartheid South African Culture, and concludes that this is a book that can and should inform all those who engage with Shakespeare’s work in South Africa.