17th August 2020

(Un)masking other dangerous pandemics within the Covid-19 lockdown

(Un)masking other dangerous pandemics within the Covid-19 lockdown By Tinashe Mawere Introduction: Silencing ‘disobedient’ voices On 13 May 2020, some youths from Zimbabwe’s largest opposition party, […]
5th August 2020

A hard life in a hard Lockdown

A hard life in a hard Lockdown by Belinda Pakati Growing up with my friends, we used to play games just to keep ourselves outdoors and […]
3rd July 2020

Sex, Drugs and COVID-19

Sex, Drugs and COVID-19 by Elize Soer South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced that a national lockdown would commence on 26 March 2020 in response to […]
17th June 2020

Mothering and Lockdown

Mothering and Lockdown by Dipontseng Kheo (all mothers quoted here gave their consent) As parents it is natural to want to protect our children from anything […]
29th May 2020

Give a woman a fish

Give a woman a fish By Christi Kruger In his book, Give a Man a Fish: Reflections on the New ‘Politics of Distribution’ (2015), James Ferguson […]
28th May 2020

Ubuntu and solidarity in times of Covid-19: Challenges and contradictions as communities grapple with ways of being and doing during a pandemic

Ubuntu and solidarity in times of Covid-19: Challenges and contradictions as communities grapple with ways of being and doing during a pandemic by Vuyisa Mamanzi Vuyisa: […]
23rd May 2020

CSA&G statement on attacks directed at Prof Glenda Gray

CSA&G statement on attacks directed at Prof Glenda Gray The Centre for Sexualities, AIDS and Gender is very concerned about the attacks that have been directed […]
22nd May 2020

The Unwarranted, Unneeded and Unprovoked Side Effects of Covid-19 on the Black Community

The Unwarranted, Unneeded and Unprovoked Side Effects of Covid-19 on the Black Community By Relebohile Naledi Sekese When initial reports of the newly discovered coronavirus, aka […]
22nd May 2020

Gender equality and chores under Lockdown

Gender equality and chores under Lockdown By Monyana Thusi* Trying to be a feminist and a champion for gender equality in an African Christian home is […]