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Dear Sir bids farewell to Pritz

March 7, 2020


The surviving cast and helpers involved in the 1981 Dear Sir production at the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College will fondly remember the contribution of Pritz Dullay who died in Denmark on February 27.

Repeating the past: SA’s annual ‘matric’ circus

January 12, 2018


Even a cursory examination reveals the level of farce that is played out in South Afrca's annual matriculation announcements. There is, for example, no reference to the massive student dropout rate or to the fact that it now requires a bare 30% to pass. There is also a history to this circus that goes back to the days of exile and apartheid.

In memory of O.R. Tambo

October 27, 2017


Today we salute the memory of Oliver Reginald — O. R. — Tambo, intellectual and idealist with an iron will who held together the disparate “broad church” of the ANC in exile. October 27 is 100 years since the birth of of this honest, but pragmatic politician, who saw unity of the movement as the […]

Farewell to an unassuming hero

March 27, 2011


Henry Gordon  — ‘Squire’ — Makgothi 1928 – 2011 One of the most humble of a fighting generation of ANC leaders died this week (on 24/03/2011). Henry Gordon — “Squire” — Makgothi, teacher, defiance campaigner and treason trialist was perhaps the most unassuming of the leading figures in the liberation movement. Loyal, often to a […]