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Theater Review (NYC): ‘A Human Being Died That Night’ by Nicholas Wright Explores Apartheid’s Psychology and Legacy

Noma Dumezweni and Matthew Marsh in 'A Human Being Died That Night.' Photo by Jesse Kramer

There are no simple answers, and perhaps the worst part of the whole long episode is that, as de Kock tells Pumla at the end, "We killed a lot of people, they killed some of ours, and we fought for nothing…We fought each other basically, eventually, for nothing at all." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Utopia’ (A Film by John Pilger)


Two years in the making, journalist and film-maker Pilger returns to the country of his birth to investigate the conditions under which Aboriginal Australians are living. Read More »

Is an African Fairy Tale Ending?

it seems too good to be true; can South Africa remain a success story without Nelson Mandela? Read More »

Thoughts On South Africa And The World Cup

No matter what, the World Cup has to be considered a victory for South Africa and its people. Read More »

DVD Review: Invictus

Nelson Mandela uses rugby to unite a nation divided by apartheid... Read More »

DVD Review: Lives That Changed the World: Nelson Mandela

Entry level personal insights on the impact Nelson Mandela made both on history and on the lives of those around him. Read More »

Movie Review: District 9

Fun for the whole family! Read More »

Movie Review: District 9

Not an enjoyable place to visit. Read More »