An unequal society

It’s 3am on a winter morning in Joburg and I’m sitting on my bed with blankets wrapped around me as my only means to keep warm. I have my lecture notes open on my lap as I’m preparing for my deferred exams,Read more

You are not alone (via the Metro)

I was on the red line metro to Glenmont on my way from hanging out with some teammates at Tenleytown on a Sunday noon. On the row of seats in front of me, sat a young black lady who was reading a pamphlet when I came in.Read more

An exclusionary measure?

Heritage sites (with valuable artifacts that have been preserved and passed on from one generation to the other) are a place where one can go to reconnect with their traditions, the history of mankind, the environment, cultural practises… They create a space of reflection on how we identify ourselves,Read more

Too deep to restore?

Is there still hope to deconstruct the system or have its effects gone too deep to restore?

We recently had a film screening session where we watched 7Up, one in a series of documentaries that look at the lives of South African children every seven years from when they are 7 years old.Read more