My dad was robbed of a dignified death - The Mail & Guardian Battle lines are being drawn as the emotive issue of assisted dying returns to the courts this year. The deep African science of Smiles Makama - The Mail & Guardian The eSwatini maestro who plays the smilerphone is making a comeback after years spent in Amsterdam Cop killer or political prisoner? - The Mail & Guardian Regarded as a hero by some and a criminal by others, the story of Leonard Peltier is one that goes deep into issues of identity, culture and freedom Deep listening will serve us better than building walls - The Mail & Guardian To stand a chance of fixing our planet, we need a seismic cultural and spiritual transformation Our artistic herri-tage online - The Mail & Guardian The viewer is in total control when navigating a website named after Herri the Strandloper, a soundmine of narratives and ideas Capers of a cheeky jazzman - The Mail & Guardian Balancing the horn with the DJ set from Hillbrow to Ibiza, George Sax is a master of mixology Jonker’s poetry set to music - The Mail & Guardian “Jonker was immortalised by Nelson Mandela in 1994 when he read her poem Die Kind at his inauguration” Sizeism does matter if you don’t measure up to popular notions of the ‘ideal’ height - The Mail & Guardian Too short, if you’re a man; too tall, if you’re a woman — no one mentions size when it comes to talk about discrimination of all kinds. Being kinky is the new normal - The Mail & Guardian Happy kinksters do not have a mental disorder – but unhappy kinksters do. Wake up, South Africa: Winter is coming - The Mail & Guardian People should not be drawing together just out of fear but to fight against real threats to their future. Mac McKenzie still settling a few scores - The Mail & Guardian For decades, the diverse musician has been at the cutting edge of music in South Africa, and he is still there, pushing the boundaries. Cash grants help Lesotho’s poorest - The Mail & Guardian Orphaned and poor children are getting registered and into schools Riding an ancient BMW - The Mail & Guardian Getting an old bike running to something approaching modern standards can turn into quite a saga International awards for local director - The Mail & Guardian Pretoria born Rudolf Buitendach has filmed all over the work finding much acclaim for his gritty work. New energy mix on the cards - The Mail & Guardian REI4P already has and will continue to yield thousands of employment opportunities; it’s implementation has been delayed by Eskom and unions Tags:book reviewshttps://mg.co.za/music writerSouth African editorSouth African journalist Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.