A new memoir by South African-American Stephanie Urdang offers a remarkable and feminist view of love, longing and revolutionary struggle.
Chris Hani, a prominent ANC and Communist Party leader, was murdered on April 10, 1993, by white racists. The writer remembers hearing the news.
A youth activist that came to prominence in the 1976 student uprising in South Africa has been missing since 1978.
This boi pic of Nelson Mandela feels like it was picked at random from the Wikipedia version of Mandela’s autobiography.
South African political party, the DA, pivots its election campaign around claiming Nelson Mandela. Who came up with this?
Somebody tell Beinart support for Palestinians is not support for Muslims over Jews in the ruling party. It’s for an occupied people over a repressive state.
Canadian immigration – while discouraging Roma from applying for refugee status – welcomes the worst of Apartheid South Africa’s perpetrators.
The Globe and Mail’s opinion page promotes outmoded and discredited ideas about modernization about African development.
‘Vershtunkende’ is a Yiddish adjective loosely translated as ‘darned,’ ‘exasperating’, ‘maliciously idiotic’. It is not a nice word to use for either a person or thing.
What is it with the conviction, held primarily in the West, that you can save yourself and the world (well, usually Africans) by shopping?
The made-upness and the shallowness of the Democratic Alliance of South Africa’s vision of a non-racial future.
Nkosinati Biko on a close and present relationship with his father that is unusual for children in general and for the children of activists in particular.
Nelson Mandela has always elicited divergent, incorrect and unrealistic reactions among his detractors and supporters.
One problem with journalism about postapartheid South Africa by outsiders is the hysteria dressed up as analyses.