[New Frame] Epidemiologist Salim Abdool Karim, the scientific leader of South Africa's Covid-19 pandemic response, is amused by the common public perception of how scientific progress works. In this imagined version of the process, sombre eggheads nod ...
[New Frame] The Brubeck family of musicians has a long history in South Africa. They supported the cultural boycott during apartheid and started the jazz programme at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
[New Frame] Sewsunker "Papwa" Sewgolum began playing golf with a syringa stick but went on to win the Dutch Open and several South African tournaments before the apartheid government banned him.
[New Frame] The artist and activist elaborates on her work and the intricate, necessary relationship between her artistic production and political action in Zimbabwe.
[New Frame] The late Zimdancehall musician was part of a generation of originators who, from the Jamaican idiom and format, created a grammar of ghetto pain and resilience.
[New Frame] Amid its devastation, the Covid-19 pandemic has created space to talk about new ways of organising our economy. In a new project, we are taking that conversation further.
[New Frame] Last year's stimulus may have been insufficient in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. But the budget we should really be talking about will be tabled this week.