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Verslawing: My man kan nie ophou drink nie

Moedeloos 2011-10-27 My man weet hy het ’n drank probleem – hy drink daagliks. Dit is die eerste ding wat hy doen as hy in die huis instap, vir hom ’n drankie gooi. Dit hou nie op voor hy gaan slaap nie, dan drink hy nog ’n slaappil en antidepressante ook.

South African collector-artist Siemon Allen on his ''collection projects''

Siemon Allen, Kristine Kronjé 2011-10-21 For the past decade South African collector-artist Siemon Allen has been exploring the image of South Africa through a series of “collection projects”. Combining his passions for music and collecting, his studio practice investigates how ...

Black Butterflies se inhoud skiet tekort

André Crous 2011-10-20  Dit is nie maklik om hierdie film vanuit een enkele hoek te resenseer nie, aangesien ons te make het met ’n ware verhaal wat egter om kommersiële en ander redes verdraai is en die verband tussen voorstelling en werklikheid gevolglik behoorlik deurmekaar gegooi word.

Kicking the crutch

Christina Engela Geestelik 2011-10-20 The world around us is filled with people who are selfish, cocky and arrogant about their own religious beliefs. I say not these things because I resent the pride others take in their religion, but because the pride some of them take in their choice of beliefs boils over into a hatred of the religious […]

Flikker: The First Grader: Veelvlakkig en boeiend

Suzette Kotzé-Myburgh 2011-10-20  Hierdiefilm is gegrond op die lewe van die Keniaan Kimani Maruge (oorlede in 2009). Toe die Keniaanse regering aankondig dat skoolonderrig voortaan gratis gebied sal word aan almal wat ’n geboortesertifikaat kan toon, besluit die 84-jarige Maruge om vir die eerste keer skool toe te gaan.

One Day vele dae te lank

Jacques Liebenberg 2011-10-18  

Will somebody please think of the children?

Christina Engela Academic research 2011-10-14 I regularly meet a friend of mine, who is a Christian reverend, for drinks at a local coffee shop. We enjoy casual chats about religion, persecution and human needs and frailties. He’s mentioned to me that there is no one Christianity, but many, and that today there are more than 200 different formally identified "mainstream" […]

Die wyd-geprese Incendies wél die moeite werd

André Crous 2011-10-11  Die kas van die geskiedenis bevat soms vreeslike geraamtes, en hierdie geraamtes hou aan ratel totdat die deure oopgegooi word en hulle in die sonlig behoorlik gadegeslaan word.

The Change-Up – amateuragtig en amper lagwekkend simplisties

André Crous 2011-10-11  Dis kere soos hierdie wanneer ek herinner word hoe neerdrukkend ’n slegte film kan wees, maak nie saak watter genre dit is nie.

Friends with Benefits: Darem hoofsaaklik ''Benefits'' vir dié ''Friends''

Jacques Liebenberg 2011-10-05  Anders as wat die geval was met die vervelige No Strings Attached, kan mens wrintiewaar bly sit totdat die slottoneel in Friends with Benefits vervaag.

Wasted on the Young ook ’n verspeelde kans

Jacques Liebenberg 2011-10-04  

Mandisa Haarhof, creator of Crush-hopper, in conversation with Janet van Eeden

Janet van Eeden, Mandisa Haarhof 2011-09-30 One of my favourite plays at the recent Hilton Arts Festival was the charming and touching Crush-hopper, Mandisa Haarhof’s semi-autobiographical story about coming to terms with her mixed heritage.

Gasland exposes the realities of fracking

Reney Warrington 2011-09-29 When are we going to learn that if we stick crap into the earth, she’s gonna spit it out right back at us?

Tim Wells in conversation with Janet van Eeden about his role in God of Carnage

Janet van Eeden, Tim Wells 2011-09-29 It’s a brilliant ensemble piece where everyone gives their best performance to recreate a night of hysterical emotions where the God of Carnage is visible not only on the playgrounds.

Open Book-verslag: Eerste versamelinge

Bibi Slippers 2011-09-28  

Open Book Report: Earl Lovelace and Etienne van Heerden in conversation

Bibi Slippers 2011-09-28 Earl Lovelace, celebrated author from Trinidad, and well-known South African author Etienne van Heerden took part in the Free the Word PEN Dialogue at the Open Book Festival in Cape Town on Thursday, 22nd September 2011.

Open Book Festival: Day 3

Bibi Slippers 2011-09-28  
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