A photographer and an activist, Zanele Muholi offers us the chance to journey across our own boundaries – to think differently about blackness, female forms, skins, bodies and sexualities in a way that is unprecedented in South Africa.R150.00 inc. VAT
Zapiro needs no introduction. His eighteenth annual speaks for itselfR140.00 inc. VAT
“One of the most brilliant political cartoonists in the world” – John Pilger
A collection of the cartoons appearing between August 1996 and September 1997, covering such topics as the TRC revelations, corruption, the failure of the Cape Town Olympic bid and the Eugene de Kock trial.
Talented cartoonist Zapiro, aka Jonathan Shapiro, lampoons parties and personalities without favour.
Documentary evidence exists of 700 years of coal mining in the Ruhr District of Germany, one of Europeâ€™s largest and most densely populated industrial regions. To this day, approximately 9.6 billion tons of hard coal have been mined in the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia. On June 30, 2000, almost 100 years of mining history came to an end in Ahlen with the closure of the Zeche Westfahlen, which had been opened in 1902 with the inauguration of the Bergwerkgesellschaft Westfahlen.
Taking its title from the wordplay of a child who has cerebral palsy, this book spotlights the world of disability- a world that tends to be secret, a source of stigma, shame and disgrace.
The subtle and sensitive photography of Angela Buckland records her journey through this world from when she first suspected that her son was disabled to her decision to record the experiences of seven families with disabled children.
This collection of essays by cultural critic Carol Becker plumbs particular areas of controversy to understand what information these “zones of contention” might yield about the multifarious culture wars taking place within American society today.R200.00 inc. VAT
Drawn in a beautiful, distinctive and characterful style, this is the first book from bright new illustrator Charlie Sutcliffe, showcasing his imaginative and unique talent.R305.00 inc. VAT
What does it mean to be Zulu today? Is this different from what it has meant in the past? Zulu Identities wrestles with these and many other related questions to show how the characteristic traditions of a pre-industrial people have evolved into different cultural expressions of “Zulu-ness” in modern South Africa.
This unique volume examines the legacies of Shaka, the intrigues of Zulu royalty, gender and generational struggles, cultural and symbolic projections, and spirituality. It highlights the debates in contemporary South Africa over the manipulation of Zulu heritage, whether deployed for party political purposes or exploited to promote eco- and battlefield-tourism. And finally the book contemplates the future of Zulu identity in a unitary South Africa seeking to embrace the forces of globalisation.Have no product in the cart!