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Robbie Naidoo, Nithia Naidoo, Dhilosen Pillay, Farook Khan, Dr Ashwin Desai and Vinnie Sivabhadan at the opening night of the 1860 Museum I-1860 Museum neSam China Cup - Ngo2016, i-1860 Museum yavula eChatsworth, KwaZulu-Natal. Le ndawo yokugcina amagugu, isungulwe nguMnu Dilosen Pillay kanti iyindawo yokuqala yalolu hlobo exhaswe ngabantu abazimele okuhloswe ngayo ukugcina umlando wabantu abangamaNdiya eNingizimu Continue Reading
Photographer, Sam Nzima Masana Sam Nzima: 8th August 1934 – 12th May 2018 - On the 16th June 1976, Sam Nzima (born Masana Sam Nzima) took one of the world's most famous photographs. It was also one of the most heartbreaking images, depicting the Continue Reading
Johannes Nkosi: 3 September 1905 – 19 December 1930 - The 16th of December has long been a day disputed in the history of South Africa. For much of the Afrikaans-speaking population the date was a celebration of the Continue Reading
Vuyisile Mini (second from right) with comrades Amandla!: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony - Some twenty years ago the remains of one of South Africa's greatest struggle activists and musical talents were exhumed from a pauper's grave at the Rebecca Street Cemetery in Pretoria. Vuyisile Continue Reading
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Fr Michael Lapsley Redeeming the Past - The saying goes forgive and forget but, in truth, it's very important that we remember our past in order to try and forgive. That, in part, is what projects Continue Reading
Spaces of Perplexity - Nearly a quarter of a century after South Africa's first democratic elections were held, the country still grapples with the legacy of apartheid, whether in the form of relationships Continue Reading
Izinguquko emabhishi aseThekwini - Nakuba amabhishi aseThekwini engabukeki emahle ngokwejwayelekile muva nje njengoba bekunezikhukhula, indawo yasebhishi yinto abantu baseThekwini abangaziqhenya kakhulu ngayo. Yindawo enakekelwayo, esetshenziselwa izinto ezahlukene lapho kuhlanganela khona abantu bazo zonke Continue Reading
Omar Badsha: Placing the Collective Above the Individual - Last month saw President Cyril Ramaphosa bestow the 2018 National Orders on a number of extraordinary local citizens and foreign nationals. The National Orders, which are presented annually on Freedom Continue Reading
The Durban Moment - Last Wednesday, thousands of workers took to the streets as part of the SAFTU (South African Federation of Trade Unions) organised national strike. The union was protesting against the Continue Reading
Celebrating Our Freedom! - With our history of apartheid many public holidays in South Africa are 'commemorated' rather than 'celebrated', but tomorrow, the 27th April, is a day that all South Africans can Continue Reading