Abdullah Ibrahim and Johnny Dyani’s 1973 album was the realisation of a journey in music and spirituality, combining Islamic and Xhosa influences to create something unique.
Many African migrants and refugees see crossing the Mediterranean Sea as the only chance for a better life. Sally Hayden tells their harrowing stories in My Fourth Time, We Drowned.
Football can be fickle, but the national men’s team stand a good chance of coming out on top of their group of South Africa, Morocco, Liberia and Zimbabwe.
Grammy-nominated musician Somi launched her new album reimagining Miriam Makeba with a live performance that amplified the work made in honour of the late activist and musician.
Mourners who came to support the family of the migrant killed by a mob in Diepsloot did not hold back as they expressed who they really hold accountable for his death.
The wife and four children of Mbodazwe Banajo “Elvis” Nyathi, who was brutally killed in a xenophobic attack, are reeling from the shock, while other migrants live in fear.
Government ministers and political leaders are going along with extremist Nhlanhla ‘Lux’ Dlamini in blaming migrants for the country’s problems. More violence will surely follow.
There is a backlog of cases in the courts and the police remain ill-equipped to deal with reports or the victims of assault.
The Guyanese historian and activist sought revolutionary change through an informed and grounded practice, offering education and focusing on the total ecology of society.