1. South Africa | Why only a Nissan?

    South Africa | Why only a Nissan?

    Chronicle #38 / By Kiza Magendane

    Essay – In the late 1990s, Kiza Magendane and his uncle left their native country of Congo to start a new life elsewhere. Kiza ended up in the Netherlands, his uncle in South Africa. Nineteen years later they meet in Pretoria. 'Kiza, the South African dream does not exist.'

    08/11/2018

  2. Image: Shakuar

    During the upcoming edition of Club Mozaïek Live! the versatile band Shakuar will perform. Based in the Netherlands, with roots in Namibia, Morocco and Italy, this electronic trio mixes classical music with hiphop and pop.

    08/11/2018

  3. Images: by Anton Corbijn, ZAM Volume 14, 4th issue. Caption: Fela et concert, Paris, 1981 © Anton Corbijn

    Fela, wetin you go sing about?

    Blog / By Ayọ̀ Adénẹ́

    At 80, the late Nigerian musician must be celebrated for his revolutionary message of empowerment.

    23/10/2018

  1. Budget Speech, 22 Feb 2017  Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan during the 2017 Budget media briefing held at Imbizo Centre in Cape Town. (Photo: GCIS)

    South Africa | The man who connected the dots

    Chronicle #37 / By Evelyn Groenink

    Activist Minister Pravin Gordhan, back in government, fights to bring South Africa back from the brink. Change has come but 'the contest is still on.'

    28/08/2018

  2. Photo: Flicr by Maarten

    Back to Ventersdorp

    Uncle Tom / By Uncle Tom

    An early nineties whites-only pub in Ventersdorp, South Africa, a recent meeting of the neighbourhood watch in Pretoria, a conference of the Young Liberals in the Netherlands. What’s the difference?

    02/10/2018

  3. Photo: Jerry Afriyie

    Fighting the homophobia within me

    Chronicle #36 / By Jerry Afriyie

    As a Dutch activist against racism and racist caricatures like ‘Zwarte Piet’, Jerry Afriyie longs for a society that includes everyone.

    19/07/2018