Submitted by Lesedi Mokgautsi. Read the full letter below: The World Mission Society (WMS) is a society on campus established by university students from the World Mission Society Church of God. We […]
This photo series and it’s concept came from a place of yearning to archive and canonize black womxn in their glory. The photographs draw from the South African 80’s and 90’s zeitgest, the fashion, the look and feel of both the environments and the black womxn from the photos of the time. Womxn that are, were and will forever be unapologetic, womxn that asserted their identities fluidly and gracefully, in the face of a government that tried to steal that away from them.
“To be a revolutionary party, people must be attracted to some alternative revolutionary vision. Is Freedom Charter a revolutionary vision?”
As the EFF celebrates it’s 6th Anniversary, Mandisi Gladile shares his reflections on the party’s journey, “the good, the bad and the ugly ” , and comments on the state of national […]
Submitted by: Mpilo Makanya Artist Mpilo Makanya reflects on his and fellow members of Amasosha Art Movement’s experience being part of the 2019 South African Red Bull Amaphiko Academy program, […]
Issued by the Black People National Crisis Committee (BPNCC) BPNCC Rejects the Criminalization of the Homeless! Black Peoples National Crisis Committee (BPNCC) rejects the City of Cape Town’s decision to fine the […]