The breakthrough in the struggle for non-racial sport came with the use of militant direct action, says veteran anti-apartheid activist Peter Hain.
South Africa’s Apartheid-era migrant worker system left many children without the love so necessary for their full development. It casts its shadow even today, but it can be defeated, writes Kelebogile Motswatswa.
Lord Hain’s novel is set in South Africa in the mid-1990s, when poachers and rangers were killing each other in an undeclared bush war and the only winners were those at the top. Review by Glyn Ford.
Although Apartheid is over, its influence continues to intrude in virtually every waking moment of a Black person’s life in South Africa, says Kelebogile Motswatswa.
Despite cosmetic changes, a deeply ingrained culture based on racism continues to distort South African sport. Mushtak Parker reports.
Do Black lives matter more in today’s South Africa than under apartheid? Mushtak Parker finds the reality falls far short of the hopes of 1994