All posts tagged democracy
ALEXANDER MATTHEWS reviews Ragged Glory, a vivid account of South Africa’s democracy by veteran journalist Ray Hartley.
In this extract, Greg Mills explores the trumping of politics over strategy in Barack Obama’s approach to the Middle East.
JOSHUA MASEROW reviews After Freedom, an accessible and incisive diagnosis of post-apartheid South Africa by sociologists Katherine Newman and Ariane De Lannoy.
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 extract from Nadia Davids’ exquisite debut novel.
GARETH LANGDON chats to Nadia Davids about her exquisite debut novel, An Imperfect Blessing, which unpeels the hope and turbulence of a Cape Town in transition.
From a pop-up desert community to a renowned composer, these are some of the things that make South Africa great.
Alex Boraine on the ANC’s fetishisation of power.