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Tracy Humby

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Tracy Humby is passionate about exploring the multiple intersections of environmental and social justice. Weary of sustainability-talk, wary of sufficiency she wonders whether sacrifice is the better metaphor to capture the transformations needed in an age of massive ecological degradation. But with increasing global inequality, who and what will be sacrificed? She is an associate professor of law at the University of the Witwatersrand, a mother and a lover of poetry, art and music. She has degrees in music, law and the humanities.

SA owes Mazibuko a thank you

The Sunday Times carried the headline “Shock as Mazibuko quits DA”. The print version of the paper carried the sub-heading “Move kept under wraps and…