The calls for free decolonized education at UCT has gained momentum since 2015. This podcast aims to include a variety of voices on the matter of decolonization at the university. Three groups of people are interviewed; student political activist Masixole Mlandu, a white heterosexual male (anonymous) and a member of the LGBTQ+ community(anonymous). Follow the... Continue Reading →
In light of #HeritageDay today (Sunday 24th September), a number of South Africans have been wearing their traditional African clothing. It then came to my attention, after scrolling through Twitter, that a group of white males were wearing what looked like traditional Zulu attire. I then asked myself, "is this appropriate or not?" I posed... Continue Reading →
[DISCLAIMER: This isn't a book review] Some people on this earth have already recognized that they wish to make an observable impact on this planet. I’m referring to a constructive impact of course. But how does one go about starting this long road? A road which such a person desires to create something not only... Continue Reading →
This is a short movie by Daniel Isaacs & Michael Owen where we’ve approached South African citizens at random, to ask each of them the same four questions that pertain to Mandela Day. To watch the video click ---> here How did you respond to these questions? Drop your comments below!
Why do you use social media? What is the reason you turn to your phone first thing in the morning, or before you go to bed? The answer to this may come in all shapes and sizes, but at the end of the day, I feel people are becoming highly irritated with social media. To... Continue Reading →