Holding My Breath by Ace Moloi

Having shared spaces with Ace at University of the Free State and in student media, the book is somewhat of an ‘awe-striking’ experience. I also can attest to the frustrations with the institutional and structural issues that the university and the department of communication impose on unsuspecting young students. Ace’s story is a classical South …

Decolonization: More a need than a want.

With the dawn of democracy, access to a different group of society was afforded in Institutions and campuses that wasn’t built to accommodate that group. Twenty one years later into that democracy, the structures, culture and curriculum that held these spaces are still as static to their imperial inception as ever. In all its forms, …

Robert Sobukwe: Does he deserve the attention?

Robert Sobukwe’s movingly life is fast becoming the epitome of change politics these days. Be it on falliest radical status messages or Memorial lectures to counter the overly celebrated ruling party’s struggle leaders. Last year, the icon appeared as the point of reference for the #FeesMustFall movement. However, Sobukwe is not just another struggle icon. …