Thursday 27th of January 2022

CULTURE Review

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Es’kia Mphahlele: 13 Years Post-Eulogy

Es’kia Mphahlele: 13 Years Post-Eulogy

Mokgaga’s obscurity sadly persists under the watch of his one-time political home, the African National Congress (ANC). Mokgaga was one of the ANC’s pioneering intellectuals, as witness Clause 8 of the Freedom Charter of 1955: “The doors of learning shall be opened to all.”

Event RSVP Information: Black Chatter

Event RSVP Information: Black Chatter

This gathering of writers and cultural workers will be hosted at The Troyeville House, a heritage site on 20 Clarence Street, from 17:00 – 20:00 on Friday, 10 December with a R20 entry. It is advised to be seated by 17:05, as the event will run on time.

Anarchism Series — Prefiguration & Creating A New World

Anarchism Series — Prefiguration & Creating A New World

The last three decades has seen the rise of prefigurative politics in leftist social movements across the globe. Although not necessarily something they do intentionally, many movements are implementing its principles in their actions and in their decisions to reconstruct society as they see fit.

Kombonation Adds Focalistic to Lineup

Kombonation Adds Focalistic to Lineup

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday Kombonation will host the kasi night experience of a lifetime, Kaofela Kaofela, where you can enjoy exhibitions, fashion, photography, talks, games, street sports, performances and DJ sets that influence the lifestyle of togetherness, ekasi.