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September, 2017

  • 12 September

    The embers that still burn.

    Image via unitedfireandwater.com

    Xolisa Ngubelanga Fire has shaped Port Elizabeth and its development, as it has shaped many of our cities. South Africa’s violent history has granted its cities more than their fair share of fires, often sparked by the conflicts between protesters and state forces. In many instances, the communities most affected …

March, 2017

  • 7 March

    Israeli Apartheid Week: UCKAR Edition

    Photograph taken by Mishka Wazar

    Mishka Wazar Universities across the country are taking part in public demonstrations for Israeli Apartheid Week, which kicked off this Monday and appears to have ruffled feathers. The Politics Department, Muslim Student’s Association, and Palestinian Solidarity Committee at the university currently known as Rhodes have partnered with Boycott, Divest and …

March, 2016

  • 14 March

    What is Israeli Apartheid Week?

    Mishka Wazar, Suhail Adam, Zaahir Ebrahim, Ebrahim Patel, Mohammed Ismail, Rughsaar Bibi Ismail. In front of the Kaif, 09-03-2016.

    Mishka Wazar | Photos by Samuel Aviles The past week has been very eventful for student activists across the country, with demonstrations and various acts of protest occurring at numerous universities in support of the liberation of Palestine and calling for a boycott of the state of Israel. Israeli Apartheid …