Tag Archives: apartheid

The curious case of Mala Mala

Perhaps the most intriguing thing about SA’s most expensive land claim is that it should have never gone ahead at all.

Protecting ecosystems while redressing land dispossession

With conservation sitting uneasily alongside redress in SA, attempts to ensure restitution for communities evicted from their land under apartheid – government-owned and private – have met with mixed success.

South Africa’s land restitution process explained

A pithy primer.

Justice Cameron: Judge of character

Justice Edwin Cameron’s book, Justice, explores the power of South Africa’s constitution.

Lessons from a Nobel Laureate​: the late Nadine Gordimer on South Africa’s turmoil

A chat with the late Nadine Gordimer in which she discussed her last novel, banned books and her life’s big regret.

Richly varied and highly entertaining: “History Matters” reviewed

A richly varied and highly entertaining new collection of pieces by Bill Nasson showcases the breadth, consistency and versatility of one of our leading historians.