The Pan African Film Industry has celebrated a legion of great film makers. Sausage Films is developing a comprehensive overview of the greats of this cinematic movement.
From one of his homes, at the foot of Table Mountain, Jim Bailey would look across the great view of Cape Town city and say, "You see every twinkling light out there? Under each light is a unique story." He would spot this potential and nurture it. He unleashed potential in many young creatives' and revolutionaries.
The images from photographer Peter Magubane’s lens has immortalized the sacrifice of many South Africans, exposed apartheid, documented indigenous cultures and paved the way for transformation.
Vusa Ma Zulu Credo Mutwa was a Sanusi and High Priest of African Spirituality. He was known as “the most distinguished African traditional leader in the world.”
Writing functions as a form of communication and identity. Isibheqe is a new form of writing developed in Southern Africa. This form is growing with interest from linguists, artists and practitioners around the world.
As founder of House of Memory Vusi Mchunu has set out to network with historians, heritage platforms, provide holistic heritage and culture content, cater for a student, a researcher, an educator, a traveller, a media producer.
Andrew Mlangeni was prisoner 46764. He spent 26 years and eight months in the cell next door to Nelson Mandela.
The story of the African Choir 1891 has been quite widely chronicled. The amazing journey is written about in at least three books, and is the subject of a theatre production, television documentary and growing academic research.
The book “Black Sacrifice: The sinking of the S.S.Mendi, 1917” provides a deeper understanding of South African history, politics and the relationship between Europe and Africa.