All posts tagged apartheid

Ragged Glory

Rainbow nation rogues and heroes

ALEXANDER MATTHEWS reviews Ragged Glory, a vivid account of South Africa’s democracy by veteran journalist Ray Hartley.

The Book of Forgiving

The potency of grace

ZAHIRA ASMAL is impressed by the immense insights about the power and the process of forgiving that is offered up by Desmond and Mpho Tutu in The Book of Forgiving.

Small Things by Nthikeng Mohlele

A history of shadows

JOSHUA MASEROW is impressed by Small Things, an abundantly strange and beguiling tale of failure by Nthikeng Mohlele.

After Freedom

Young and free in history’s shadow

JOSHUA MASEROW reviews After Freedom, an accessible and incisive diagnosis of post-apartheid South Africa by sociologists Katherine Newman and Ariane De Lannoy.

Waiting by Hilda Andrews

FICTION: Waiting

A new short story by Hilda Andrews.

Are South African's Free by Lawrence Hamilton

A dream deferred?

JOSHUA MASEROW reviews Are South Africans Free?, a limpid critique by Lawrence Hamilton of the democratic South Africa’s challenges in attaining genuine freedom for all its citizens.

An Imperfect Blessing by Nadia Davids

EXTRACT: An Imperfect Blessing by Nadia Davids

An extract from Nadia Davids’ exquisite debut novel.

Belville afternoons by Lauren van Vuuren

FICTION: Bellville afternoons

A new short story from Thomas Pringle Award winner Lauren van Vuuren.