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BIKO'S CHILDREN, 14 minutes Winner of the Best Documentary at the 2007 Tricontinental Film Festival.
Two young South Africans - Nkhensani, founder and creative director of the clothing label Stoned Cherrie, and Mambila, co-founder and creative director of the street brand 25hour - talk about what Steve Biko and his teachings mean to them. AMINA MY DAUGHTER, 15 minutes A coversation between a former refugee from the Congo now living in Cape Town and his teenage daughter. PAM & ASHRAF, 15 minutes An exploration of the lives of a young couple living on the Cape Flats and working for the Anti-Eviction Campaign. BRUSH, 6 minutes Portrait of an artist, Rendani, living in Limpopo Province, who uses Vhavenda culture as a theme in his painting. SEE ME HEAR ME, 10 minutes Deaf filmmaker Donovan Mulligan documents the life of Zoleka Tshotswana, born deaf and living with her mother in Nyanga township outside Cape Town. BLAKBOX SUITE, 10 minutes An exploration of the music of rap collective, Blakbox.
A documentary featuring two children, Aa-isha Valley, aged 9, and Hafeez Sonday, aged 15, who explain the five pillars of Islam, basic acts considered obligatory by believers: "shahada" (the Islamic creed), "salat" (daily prayers), "zakat" (almsgiving), "sawm" (fasting during the month of Ramadan), and "hajj" (pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in a lifetime).
The children also talk about how it feels to live as a Muslim in Cape Town.
183 music scores by Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa transcribed, edited, and introduced by Christine Lucia.
Sesotho texts translated by Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa, Mantoa Motinyane-Smouse, and Mpho Ndebele.
A bi-monthly magazine that publishes fiction from Africa. She married Andrew Barnard in 1793 and in 1797 accompanied him to the Cape, where he had been appointed Colonial Secretary. Her watercolours and sketches record life at the Cape: the local inhabitants, architecture, landscape and natural history.
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"At the 2010 poetry festival, Versindaba, in Stellenbosch, writer Marlene van Niekerk presented a colloquium titled 'Letter to South Africa' on behalf of the University of Stellenbosch's Department of Afrikaans and Dutch.
His output of 183 short unaccompanied choral songs is newly transcribed into staff notation in this Edition and presented as a repetoire" Christine Lucia Jungle Jim is a bi-monthly illustrated magazine that publishes fiction from Africa.
"Taking from the pulp tradition, we publish short and serialized fiction that entertains and engrosses in all dramatic genres (horror, sci-fi, crime, detective, western, romance, adventure, etc.), accessible to all, but with a high quality of writing." from the website This issue includes work by South African writers Richard Stanley and Diale Tlholwe.
A collection of poems, sketches, essays and short stories.
"Botsotso is a grouping of poets, writers and artists who wish to both create art as well as to generate the means for its public exposure and appreciation.