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Black Lives Matter protest

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Chanté Griffin offers up a short playlist of revolutionary melodies.

FeesMustFall: Protesters celebrate the removal of a statue of Cecil Rhodes from the University of Cape Town.

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South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation has come of age. And they’re not happy with the way the ANC are handling...

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Tom Lebert looks on as the South African government is exonerated despite failings.

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A new album celebrates the legacy of South-African artist-turned-political activist Julian Bahula.

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Palestinian political prisoner Mohammed Alazraq on the cost of fighting for justice under occupation.

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Moses Magadza considers the legacy of South Africa’s ‘greatest son’.

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Chris Brazier remembers tumultuous times when the Western world was not quite so keen on Nelson Mandela.

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Frank Barat interviews Jeff Halper, long-time Israeli activist, on the demolition of homes and how to...

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A message of hope from a remarkable man: Archbishop Desmond Tutu was in town this week.

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People worldwide dedicated the month of January to celebrating the life of poet and activist Dennis Brutus.

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South Africa’s poor have been battling for the right to stay on their land for decades and continue to do so, despite the...

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The decision by the ANC-led South African Government to refuse entry to the Dalai Lama to attend a peace conference is...

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Apartheid accomplices Coca-Cola, Barclays, BP et al are heading for court

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Nobel Peace Prizewinner Archbishop Desmond Tutu argues that it is time for us to treat Israel as we once treated apartheid...

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