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Decoloniality? A Fig! - A Review of Lara Foot's “Othello”

Decoloniality? A Fig! - A Review of Lara Foot's “Othello”

In my quest to comprehend how this text should potentially be framed as social commentary on the current status quo of the continent, the fact of Othello being a black man accused of murdering his white wife would have provoked discourse on South Africa's underlying racial prejudices and the general air of distrust that lurks between us as a residue of our unresolved past.

Kulungile

Kulungile

The wait is finally over for fans of South African musical icon Thandiswa released her latest single, ‘Kulungile’, featuring the acclaimed Nduduzo Makhathini on April 12, 2024.

For Vusi

For Vusi

Vusi Beauchamp, one of South Africa’s most critically acclaimed artists, is suffering severe heart failure at the age of 44. His organs are shutting down.

We, The Purple

We, The Purple

The Purple Rain Protest of 1989, now a symbol of righteous civil disobedience, inadvertently marked a turning point in South Africa’s political landscape as notable defiance led to “the color purple” being embodied by protestors, law enforcement, and buildings creating an indistinguishable, blurring of racial power dynamics in South Africa.

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