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.


  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.


  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


  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.'


  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.


  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?


  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.