With vinyl records, zines and political posters instead of just books, The Library of Things We Forgot to Remember offers a way to reimagine African history.
Perceptions of marriage abduction as a recent phenomenon hide the violence that has been done to women as part of culture.
The prospect of the World Cup being played more frequently is gaining ground in the world’s football governing bodies.
While some German museums are returning some of the famous Benin Bronzes, most remain in museums in the UK and the US even as calls for restitution grow.
Internationally acclaimed author and renowned feminist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie delivered the second UCT VC’s Open Lecture for the year.
Schooled in music through church, he was driven by a fierce sense of belonging to Lesotho where he was born, and neighbouring South Africa.
For over 50 years Tshola was loved by audiences around the world for his rich baritone voice, which he used to inspire and to speak political truths.
The protests paved the way for healing, vitality and a new vista of productive life.
We should remember him as just another ordinary human being who did extraordinary things.