Ukuqhuba i-Oral History

Okuqukethwe Ungayenza kanjani i-Oral History Project Ukuhlela ipeojekthi yomlando wakho oxoxwayo Izinsiza kusebenza Ukukhetha abazokwenza inhlolovo Ukuhlela inhlolovo Ukwenza inhlolovo Ukubhala (Transcribing) Inhlolovo Ukusabalalisa umlando Imithombo Ungayenza kanjani i-Oral History Project Ibhalwe uSean Field Kwenziwa inhlolovo (interview) nesakhamuzi esidala. Sizijwayeleukuthola  umlando womlomo/oxoxwawayo lapho sikhuluma ngokwedlule nabangane, amalungu omndeni, esisebenza nabo noma omunye umuntu. Yize singeke … Read more

The Art of Storytelling

In keeping with this week’s theme of storytelling, SAFM’s Saturday evening broadcast is well worth a listen! With an hour dedicated to South African radio drama, the public broadcasters are doing their bit to keep the time-old tradition of storytelling alive. The radio plays, which are written and produced locally include new takes on age old African … Read more

Khumbulani Memory House

Storytelling, whether it be in the form of praise poetry performed at a wedding ceremony, or a fable told to children round a campfire, plays an integral role in the lives of Zulu people, and is something that Gcina Mhlophe is trying desperately to keep alive. Mhlophe (born Nokugcina Elsie Mhlophe) is a well known South African activist, … Read more

Sona Singh interview

Sona Singh shares stories from her remarkable life with Betsie Greyling. As a singer, entertainer, race driver and world-traveller, Sona has experienced more in her life than most people will in several. At 77 years old she’s still going strong, planning her next trip to India, teaching yoga and choreographing and producing her latest show.