Jeff Thamsanqa Radebe

Jeffrey Thamsanqa “Jeff” Radebe was born in Cato Manor in Durban in 1953 and lived there until 1958 when his family was forcibly removed to Kwa-Mashu. He obtained a B. Juris Degree from the University of Zululand in 1976; LLM in International Law from Leipzig University and studied at the Lenin International School, Moscow. Radebe … Read more

Akuselona leli kheli – Kusuka ekubeni uWindermere Road kwaba uLillian Ngoyi Road

Kulolu chungechunge lokubhala nge- No Longer at This Address (Akuselona leli kheli), sibheka umlando womuntu siqu ngemuva kwamagama emigwaqo emisha eThekwini, futhi njengoba lo Mgqibelo kunguSuku Lwabesifazane eNingizimu Afrika kubonakale kufanelekile ukuthi sihloniphe omunye wabantu abakhulu baseNingizimu Afrika abaholi besifazane, uLillian Masediba Ngoyi. Umgwaqo uLilian Ngoyi, phambilini owawunguWindemere Road, waqanjwa ngegama lowesifazane wokuqala owakhethwa ekomidini … Read more

Durban’s Elephant Sculpture

Earlier this year the elephants sculpture located in the city’s Warwick Precinct was again vandalised. This shocking and destructive act has led to the decision to have the sculpture relocated to the beach promenade. Earlier incident The sculpture by artist Andries Botha is made out of a wire frame filled with stones. This artwork was … Read more

No Longer at This Address – From King George V Avenue to Mazisi Kunene Avenue

Last week we wrote about the book, Emperor Shaka the Great, which is finally being published in its original isiZulu. This week we thought that we would focus on its author, Professor Mazisi Kunene, freedom fighter, literary icon and poet. Kunene spent much of his adult life abroad, but never lost ties with his fellow activists back home, actively … Read more

Coming Home….

As founding president of the┬áSouth African Native National Congress (later the ANC), Reverend John Dube is a name known to most South Africans, but what many people aren’t aware of is the important work carried out by his wife, Nokutela MaMdima Dube. An ardent supporter of the work of her┬áhusband, and an activist in her … Read more

No Longer At This Address – Dr Langalibalele Dube Street

This past Sunday marked the 105th anniversary of the founding of the ANC. Originally called the South African Native National Congress (SANNC), the political organisation was formed on the 8th January 1912, in response, in part, to the Natives Land Act which once passed into law would create separate reserves for black people, and prohibit … Read more