This year marks 107 years since the Native Land Act — and the majority of black people are still locked into its stranglehold, pariahs in their own country
Posts published by “Paballo Chauke”
Paballo Chauke has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and an Honours in Environmental Geographical Science from the University of Cape Town as well as a Master’s in Biodiversity Conservation and Management from Oxford University. He has multi-trans-inter-disciplinary interests and currently works as a training co-ordinator. He also runs his own podcast Conversations with Chauke.
From an early age, I have viscerally known that lack of food was neither just nor fair
She is not your helper; she is a domestic worker
Remember Cecil the Lion? At the intersection of history, race and animal controversies, our inaction is an indictment on our humanity
Although Beyoncé’s visuals are spectacularly beautiful, we are allowed to criticise ‘Black is King’ as reducing Africa for the gaze of the capitalist West