Fred Khumalo
FRED KHUMALO is a seasoned journalist and award-winning author of the novels Dancing the Death Drill and Bitches’ Brew, among other titles. With an MA in creative writing from Wits University, he is also a Nieman Fellow (Harvard University, 2011-2012). A stage adaptation of Death Drill had its world premiere at Nuffield Theatre and Southampton
Building a solid foundation

Building a solid foundation

From the sticks to the ghetto, to prison, back to the ghetto and now in the boardroom. That’s how, in these days of social media and short attention spans, you would summarise the life of Lesego Tshabalala, CEO of Get Informed!, an NPO that is fast gaining a name for itself in changing the lives […]

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Fred Khumalo
FRED KHUMALO is a seasoned journalist and award-winning author of the novels Dancing the Death Drill and Bitches’ Brew, among other titles. With an MA in creative writing from Wits University, he is also a Nieman Fellow (Harvard University, 2011-2012). A stage adaptation of Death Drill had its world premiere at Nuffield Theatre and Southampton
Afropolitanism: a dispatch from the trenches

Afropolitanism: a dispatch from the trenches

Self-determination and identity are deeply emotive issues, and the choices people make in this regard, however controversial, require respect It was already over two years since the boxer formerly known as Cassius Clay had converted to Islam and started calling...

Building a solid foundation

Building a solid foundation

From the sticks to the ghetto, to prison, back to the ghetto and now in the boardroom. That’s how, in these days of social media and short attention spans, you would summarise the life of Lesego Tshabalala, CEO of Get Informed!, an NPO that is fast gaining a name for...