The Saint, the Surgeon and the Unsung Botanist
The book pays tribute to the contribution of explorers, writers and scientists to Cape in earlier times.
Will a two-state solution bring stability to Zimbabwe? Zimbabwe is not one country; to pretend otherwise is a dangerous hallucination.
The Batubatse, their story and tradition
This is a fascinating narrative of the Batubatse people, their early origin and their migration from ancient Ghana to their present settlement in today’s Limpopo Province.
What Is Africanness?
What is Africanness?: Contesting nativism in culture, race and sexualities, is a peer-reviewed monograph aiming to contribute to the ongoing scholarly conversation in and beyond South Africa about who is African and what is African.
One Race, The Human Race, NOW!
“How did we move from the inspiring moments of Nelson Mandela’s release after 27 years of incarceration, and the euphoria of our first democratic elections in 1994, to State Capture and the disaster of Jacob Zuma’s reign – a controversial President with over 800 charges of corruption pending?