Bheki Mkhwane rewrites Fugard to go beyond his '50s imagination

29 August 2021 - 00:00 By SANDILE MEMELA

In the late 1950s when it first opened, Athol Fugard's Nongogo was seen as a black story by a white playwright focusing on aspects of black life.

Veteran actor and director Bheki Mkhwane has claimed it back, making it relevant to the new SA by turning it into a nonracial story...

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