Dolly Busby reviews PLAYLAND, the last play written by Athol Fugard under Apartheid
Sophia Hadji-Michael and Theatre Editor Jay Darcy review Dada Masilo’s radical reimagining of the classic ballet Giselle
Elysium Theatre return to Manchester with an adaptation of Athol Fugard’s PLAYLAND
Jack Greeney visits the SU Steve Biko exhibition, and contemplates the University’s history of divestment with regards to current divestment campaigns
Frank Radcliffe-Adam considers the impact of Time upon a nation recovering from Apartheid, reviewing William Kentridge’s mixed-media exhibition ‘Thick Time’ at The Whitworth
England’s first win against South Africa in ten years further demonstrated the profound improvements facilitated by Eddie Jones in the past year
Students of at least seven major universities in South Africa have protested the increase in tuition fees, resulting in police intervention and 23 arrests
Head Sport Editor Harry Deacon reviews the 2019 Rugby World Cup in all its glory
Contributor Lerato Mokate explores South African food culture in a brief historical run-down of the influences that come together to mould South Africa’s food
Jay Darcy reviews Idris Elba’s latest play, Tree, as part of the Manchester International Festival which was embroiled in controversy just before opening
This year’s main speaker at the inaugural Fanaroff Lecture was Dr Rob Adam, the Project Director of the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) in South Africa and former anti-Apartheid activist.
Sophie Marriott writes: Theresa May’s visit to the UK’s closest partners in Africa displays the paternalism and imperialism still present in global trade
With 2015 drawing to a close, the Mancunion SPORT team have come together to discuss our favourite moments of this calendar year!