Drawing parallels between the Khoisan and Norway's Coastal Sami

From a marginal part of a wider Khoisan world, Øvernes learnt from street people in Cape Town about the meaning of Khoisan belonging

Lived experiences and discussions that promote the rights of Cape Town's LGBTQI ...

Beyond the Mountain: Queer Life in 'Africa’s Gay Capital' takes you to the streets, to the sea and, perhaps surprisingly, to church

An African intellectual uncovered

Tiyo ‘Zisani’ Soga was a prominent yet little-studied 19th-century African intellectual.

Unisa celebrates three academics and press powerhouses

Joanne Davis, Prof Linda Godfrey and Dr Divya Singh are at the forefront of their fields.

Wreck shines new light on Cape Town's story

Bruno Werz's gripping investigation brings Table Bay survivor story to life.

Launch: 'Managing Security Information' by Doraval Govender (June 14)

Join the author for an early-bird launch of a comprehensive new book for security practitioners.

Innovative collection of essays explores what makes kinship queer

This collection from leading and emerging thinkers in gender and sexualities interrogates the politics of belonging, shining a light on the outcasts, ...

What roles have universities in East Africa played in the politics of nation ...

Professor Michael Mwenda Kithinji seeks to unravel the connection between universities and the state in East Africa

Kora: a thorough account of a lost Khoisan language

The Kora language was believed to have disappeared. Then an academic managed to obtain recordings from two of the last living speakers

How did apartheid legislature shape human settlement in the Eastern Cape?

Wotshela demonstrates how its land became captive via apartheid design

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