The word shows that language isn’t static, it evolves to reflect developments in a society.
The inequitable distribution of the benefits and harms of the food system is a violation of the constitutional right to food.
There’s a new wave of indigenous language podcasts that could attract big new audiences.
It is not hard to see the roots of 20th century apartheid policies in the legacy of the British settlers.
A new biography sheds light on Engenas Lekganyane, founder of the Zion Christian Church.
Rituals, such as keeping vigil, can help people when a loved one is near the end of their life.
The analysis of the Kowie River rehearses the warnings provided by the colonial and post-colonial destruction of culture and nature.
It’s not far-fetched to suspect that the common understanding of the idea of “mother tongues” in South Africa is coloured by outside influences.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s political power stemmed from the visceral connection that she was able to make between the lives of the oppressed black people, and her own.