The fire, which began Sunday and is still being fought, ravaged a library that housed first-edition books, films, photographs and other primary sources documenting Southern African history.
The new film “Moffie” examines the brainwashing of a generation of white men in the twilight of the apartheid regime.
South African authorities said that for now they were treating the case as a robbery, but the political allies of the man who was shot, Seif Bamporiki, had their suspicions of an assassination.
The coronavirus killed far fewer people in Africa than in Europe and the Americas, leading to a widespread perception that it was a disease of the West. Now, a tide of new cases on the continent is raising alarms.
A case that made headlines because of perceived racial overtones has taken on new implications after the arrest of the victim’s wife.
For 12 years as a columnist I wore my “heart out after the unattainable.”
In their pied-à-terre in an iconic Art Deco building, a pair of siblings restored original details, including ones that force a confrontation with the country’s fraught history.
The two pageant winners traditionally share a New York apartment, but that has taken on new meaning in the pandemic, since neither can travel for her usual appearances.
Restrictions on travel have disrupted a deeply important cultural practice for many Black residents in Cape Town: returning the body for burial hundreds of miles home in the Eastern Cape province.