‘Pride and Prejudice’ – powerful, poignant and thought-provoking

Pride and Prejudice

ESTELLE SINKINS reviews Pride and Prejudice – The Gerald Kraak Anthology. African Perspectives on Gender, Social Justice and Sexuality (various authors, published by Jacana Media)

THOUGHT-provoking, funny and poignant sums up the collection of short stories, photography, poetry and journalistic work, which makes up the inaugural Gerald Kraak Anthology – Pride and Prejudice. Continue reading


We Can Arts Festival in Durban

We can

Models with Albinism will raise awareness when they hit the ramp at the We Can Arts Festival concert and fashion show, Friday, December 4. From left are: Smisokuhle Mntungwa, Siyabonga Mthembu, Siwele Mthalane, Tlotliso Kanetsi and Simphiwe Ndlovu. Photo: Supplied

December 3 is observed internationally as a day that celebrates people with disabilities. Locally the We Can Arts Festival will commemorate and recognise disabled people, showcasing their extra ordinary talents in the fields of arts and business.

The festival will take place over three days between December 3 and 5,  commencing with a business and arts seminar on Thursday, December 3 at the Durban Playhouse from 9 am to 4 pm.

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