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Memory Is the Weapon: Bitter Truths

Memory Is the Weapon: Bitter Truths

We know that Project Coast, the biological and chemical warfare program mastered by Wouter Basson and Pieter Willem Botha continued under the De Klerk administration because in April 1989, the Civil Corporation Bureau (CCP) attempted to kill the Reverend Frank Chikane with poison while he was on a trip in Namibia.

De Klerk Apology Rejected

De Klerk Apology Rejected

We believe that the time for empty apologies in South Africa as a means of reconciliation is over. Apologies for the brutality black South Africans have experienced has taken various forms in South Africa, with all of them being publicity stunts. There must be a decisive move from efforts of reconciliation to justice, as justice is the only form of recourse that can be taken against those who refuse to repent for the evils they have committed.

De Klerk Must Be Prosecuted Qha!

De Klerk Must Be Prosecuted Qha!

Today De Klerk and his family are enjoying tax-payer- sponsored VIP status and regular invitations to various SONA events. What did the families of these murdered Black people get?

Let The Juices Guide You This Valentine’s Day

Let The Juices Guide You This Valentine’s Day

Now, back to me being a guy. Valentine’s Day would not be every day; yes, I'd love my girl and cherish her everyday but she would get 50 Shades of Grey shandies once a year. See, s a girl, it is my fantasy to wake up to my man busy stroking and licking my khekhe, riding me gently while I am half asleep, kissing me while going in and out and all my juices making the situation so wet and slippery while I reach orgasm.

Antique Spoons: Chapters on Love, Loss and the Politics of Memory

Antique Spoons: Chapters on Love, Loss and the Politics of Memory

Antique Spoons explores the Black, post-apartheid South African self, this time through the prism of the everyday story. The telling of these stories, as a musical suite in nine parts, reveals deeper truths about race, power, belonging, migration, love, loss, memory and (I hope) the human condition,” says Levin.

Fatherhood & The Men’s Conference

Fatherhood & The Men’s Conference

As a boy I recall a slightly greying men patting my shoulders in a paternal embrace. He was my father, back from the "conference", after a few years of absence. As he pecked my forehead, his prickly moustache scraped my skin. My father had returned. However, I was naive enough to think it would be for good.

Knuckle City: Fisticuffs & Redemption in Mdantsane

Knuckle City: Fisticuffs & Redemption in Mdantsane

Set in the poor, rural town of Mdantsane, known as the boxing mecca of Mzansi, Qubeka’s film follows the anarchical descent of the two brothers into a hellish life as they are driven to the brink by an all-too-familiar toxic masculinity that breaks them down. Over and above a tale of men and boxing, ‘Knuckle City’ is in fact the story of a family’s ability to maintain some sort of unity in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.