Digging up Black Bones

A love letter to Faki Moshoeu

Wanelisa Xaba imagines what life in a deeply divided South Africa would have been like for 16-year-old Matlhomola ‘Faki’ Moshoeu, had he not lost...

The decolonisation manifesto: Part 1 – how to stop reproducing white...

In the first of a series on decolonisation as a personal journey, Wanelisa Xaba says it is time for Black activists to interrogate the...

We Must Understand Coloniality If We Are To Dismantle It

COMMENT The 1994 vote was not decolonisation. There is still a need to physically decolonise the country and decentre whiteness as the only legitimate form...

Why Apartheid Must Never Be Forgiven

Many of us have not healed from the wounds the legacy of colonialism and apartheid left us, and we're not going to...

A love letter to Black matriculants

I'm not sure what I want to say to you and how I want to say it. All I know is, at...
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