Incorruptible

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

The story of the murders of Dulcie September, Anton Lubowski and Chris Hani.

05/03/2018

For the international program Metropolis the VPRO (broadcaster) is looking for new local video journalists, documentary filmmakers and storytellers.

05/03/2018

Tell Freedom online

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

A remarkable exhibition by fifteen South African artists is presently on view in Kunsthal KadE in Amersfoort, the Netherlands.

05/03/2018

Apartheid Revisited Released

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

This interactive web application explores the whereabouts of white oppression in South Africa, its European/Dutch roots and the relevance of an 'old' story for today.

02/03/2018

‘Before It Is Completely Gone’ - a solo exhibition by Thierry Oussou, his first with Stevenson gallery, opens in Johannesburg on Saturday February 10.

06/02/2018

Win a copy of ZWART

Blog / By ZAM

Thanks to the courtesy of publisher AtlastContact, we are giving away three copies of Zwart. Afro-Europese Literatuur uit de Lage Landen.

06/02/2018

Review | Little hot pepper

Blog / By Christina Månsson

In Alain Mabanckhou's novel Black Moses the memories of life in an orphanage represent todays' uproar.

16/01/2018

Three South African artists – Usha Seejarim, Lawrence Lemanoana and Hannelie Coetzee – have been nominated for the creation of a monument honouring Nelson Mandela in Ghent, Belgium.

18/12/2017

Cables of courage

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

The reports of Dutch former diplomat Coen Stork (1928 – 2017) of the 1964 Rivonia Trial challenged misconceptions about South African freedom fighters.

18/12/2017