Tuesday 21st of January 2020

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I Almost Killed My Grandfather

I Almost Killed My Grandfather

"Molo bass"; was the salutation they did as they lined up, one at a time until all of them had passed. Some mornings, when bass was not in the mood for individual greetings, he'd command them to say it together, in unison. "Molo bass"; and make them run to the field and start work.

Nunu

Nunu

The reason he found infinite beauty in the absurdity of the world, amidst the hostility of impediments a mid-aged widower could find himself swathed inside, which could easily lead to glooming days filled with malice.

Blood

Blood

I am woman I am no stranger to blood not all blood is re(a)d red the colour or read the verb but all bleeding is loss not all loss is re(a)d red the colour or read the verb once a man came to bleed between my legs blood is rust

Dear Young Parliamentarians

Dear Young Parliamentarians

Equally, the issues of land has nationwide consensus. Can it be expedited? No more commissions and long policy discussions on the feasibility of land return. Black people are land hungry and need the land pronto. No politicking is needed, just the roll out of land expropriation without compensation! Can this be prioritised?

The Big 5 Comedy Show

The Big 5 Comedy Show

Slap a “Big High 5” as some of the continent’s most sought-after performers get their act together for another comedy-and-music spectacular. If your stomach muscles is up to it, do not miss this year’s national Big 5 Comedy Show supported by Comedy Central kicking off at the Teatro in Montecasino on Friday 26 July & Saturday 27 July.

A Tribute To Cde Nkutšoeu Skaap Motsau

A Tribute To Cde Nkutšoeu Skaap Motsau

Hani and Phama did not live to see the democratic transition of April 1994 as both of them died the year before. Hani was shot and killed by Januz Waluz, while Phama died in a mysterious car accident in Tanzania. Maybe both Hani and Phama were lucky that they did not live to see the irony of the "new South Africa" that condemned many freedom fighters to poverty and unemployment, while the defenders of apartheid continue to enjoy better privileges and benefits.

The War At Home

The War At Home

The focus of this series is on both the hidden and known histories in the home. The home is a place of comfort and safety, but can also be a space of trauma and pain. These personal stories have the power to rebuild or destroy families.