"You were strong when we couldn’t be. You were a rage that sometimes burned too brightly and you showed us how to be brave and be our fearsome best. Lion. Warrior. Mother. Mkhonto (spear)."

Sisonke Msimang, South African writer, on Twitter/@Sisonkemsimang.

03/04/2018

Two Africa-related productions at this year Movies that Matter film-festival in the Netherlands convincingly move away from the dominant narratives of international aid.

20/03/2018

Incorruptible

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

The story of the murders of Dulcie September, Anton Lubowski and Chris Hani.

05/03/2018

For the international program Metropolis the VPRO (broadcaster) is looking for new local video journalists, documentary filmmakers and storytellers.

05/03/2018

Tell Freedom online

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

A remarkable exhibition by fifteen South African artists is presently on view in Kunsthal KadE in Amersfoort, the Netherlands.

05/03/2018

Apartheid Revisited Released

Blog / By ZAM Reporter

This interactive web application explores the whereabouts of white oppression in South Africa, its European/Dutch roots and the relevance of an 'old' story for today.

02/03/2018

‘Before It Is Completely Gone’ - a solo exhibition by Thierry Oussou, his first with Stevenson gallery, opens in Johannesburg on Saturday February 10.

06/02/2018

Win a copy of ZWART

Blog / By ZAM

Thanks to the courtesy of publisher AtlastContact, we are giving away three copies of Zwart. Afro-Europese Literatuur uit de Lage Landen.

06/02/2018

Review | Little hot pepper

Blog / By Christina Månsson

In Alain Mabanckhou's novel Black Moses the memories of life in an orphanage represent todays' uproar.

16/01/2018