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23 March 2018 01:17 (South Africa)
Life, etc

Op-Ed: The ‘Other(ness)’ problem of Inxeba

  • Philile Ntuli
    Philile Ntuli

    Philile Ntuli is a researcher at Land & Accountability Centre.

Ricky Gervais

FLIXATION: Inside Brexit’s Bleak House; the (In)Humanity of Ricky Gervais

By Tony Jackman

Mazda MX-5 RF: When more is less

By Deon Schoeman

Books: An erased history unearthed about two albino brothers kidnapped into the circus

By Beth Macy
Photo: Mark Banks (Supplied)

Theatre Review: Don’t expect the usual comedic routines in Stark Raving Mark

By Lesley Stones

Honda Civic Type R: Wolf in wolf’s clothing

By Deon Schoeman
Running Wild

Wild Horse Chase: How to get your novel published after 174 rejection slips

By Tiara Walters

Update: Tickets sold out

By Daily Maverick

Op-Ed: Inxeba’s intersectionality – we all inflict The Wound

By Alistair Mackay

Theatre Review: Meditation on bereavement provokes thought and awe

By Brad Latilla-Campbell

Tried and Tested: Audi RS5 Coupé – Rock Me Gently

By Deon Schoeman

Land Rover Discovery HSE: Swapping boots for brogues

By Deon Schoeman
Photo: Professor Stephen Hawking delivers a speech entitled 'Why We Should Go Into Space' at  The George Washington University in Washington, DC, USA, 21 April 2008. EPA-EFE/STEFAN ZAKLIN

Stephen Hawking: A brief history of his time

By Marelise van der Merwe

Long Shadow of the Arms Deal: The murders of Dulcie September, Anton Lubowski and Chris Hani, Part 2

By Evelyn Groenink
Jaguar E-Pace

Motoring: Jaguar E-Pace – more sport than utility

By Deon Schoeman

Motoring: Geneva Motor Show – is the world’s most glamorous auto expo losing its lustre?

By Deon Schoeman
Main photo: The photographer’s brother, John Michael Metelerkamp, surrounded by shattered roof tiles on a top floor open to the sky. Photo: Sean Metelerkamp

Knysna Blaze in Retrospect: Photographer captures the order of things disrupted by a firestorm

Photo: Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Photo: Supplied

Theatre review: Bold, brazen and beautifully sung

By Lesley Stones
Photo: A Sumatran Tiger (Panthera Sumatrae) in the Zoo in Frankfurt Main, Germany, 22 January 2018. EPA-EFE/ARMANDO BABANI

Op-Ed: South Africa’s involvement in export of Asian tigers and link to trade in tiger products

By Adam Cruise

Win Tickets to Nightscape

By Daily Maverick
Photo: US actor/cast member Chadwick Boseman arrives for the European premiere of Black Panther at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, Britain, 08 February 2018.  EPA-EFE/WILL OLIVER

Black Panther: Shining a light onto Africans’ self-belief and aspirations

By Nkateko Mabasa

Analysis: The Wounded push back against the movie Inxeba

By Nkateko Mabasa
Photo: Iris Dawn Parker

Theatre Review: A point of contention passed over to posterity

By Nkateko Mabasa

Inxeba: Wounding the Pride and Prejudice of Xhosa men?

By Nkateko Mabasa
Photos: Iris Dawn Parker

Theatre Review: A sense of déjà vu surrounds One Night in Miami

By Lesley Stones
Photos: @enroCpics

Theatre Review: The Color Purple – singing with one collective voice

By Lesley Stones
Photo: Vehicles are stuck in a traffic jam in Hanoi, Vietnam, 29 June 2017. EPA/LUONG THAI LINH

Op-Ed: Hanoi on Two Wheels – The method in Motorbike Mayhem

By Mike Wills
Photo: A file photo of Johnny Clegg from 2014 by Dominique Cardinal via Flickr

Johnny Clegg’s poignant and personal Final Journey

By Tony Jackman

Theatre Review: Alan Committie’s Planet Mirth is ‘delightfully fresh’

By Lesley Stones
Photo: Famed jazz horn player Hugh Masekela performing in 2009. Photo: Tom Beetz (wikimedia commons)

Hugh Masekela: Still Grazing – but now in the Elysian Fields

By J Brooks Spector