1. Kenya | Court unbans Rafiki

    Kenya | Court unbans Rafiki

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    The Kenyan High Court Rafiki, a film with a lesbian love theme, issued a temporary injunction for the banned film for a week.

    02/10/2018

  2. Win tickets for Krotoa

    Win tickets for Krotoa

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    Written by Sylvia Vollenhoven and performed by the Volksoperahuis, Krotoa tells the story of multicultural relationship in a colonial era.

    02/10/2018

  3. Hunting Season

    Hunting Season

    Chronicle #23 / By Lázaro Mabunda

    It's two-and-a-half thousand dead rhinos vs. three-hundred-and-sixty-three dead poachers in the Kruger Park

    28/04/2016

  4. Budget Speech, 22 Feb 2017  Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan during the 2017 Budget media briefing held at Imbizo Centre in Cape Town. (Photo: GCIS)

    South Africa | The man who connected the dots

    Chronicle #37 / By Evelyn Groenink

    Activist Minister Pravin Gordhan, back in government, fights to bring South Africa back from the brink. Change has come but 'the contest is still on.'

    28/08/2018

  1. Fruit seller. Woodstock Main Road, Cape Town, 2011. Part of series 'South Africa at Liberty.' Courtesy Yasser Booley and Joan Legalamitlwa.

    A selection of images from South Africa at Liberty, #easy street and Bo-Kaap, gentrification, resistance are part of the first exhibition in the cities’ Callahan Center Art Gallery at St. Francis College.

    27/09/2018

  2. Photo: Flicr by Maarten

    Back to Ventersdorp

    Uncle Tom / By Uncle Tom

    An early nineties whites-only pub in Ventersdorp, South Africa, a recent meeting of the neighbourhood watch in Pretoria, a conference of the Young Liberals in the Netherlands. What’s the difference?

    02/10/2018

  3. Photo: Jerry Afriyie

    Fighting the homophobia within me

    Chronicle #36 / By Jerry Afriyie

    As a Dutch activist against racism and racist caricatures like ‘Zwarte Piet’, Jerry Afriyie longs for a society that includes everyone.

    19/07/2018