Notes on Cancel Culture
An energized resistance movement brought down Jacob Zuma, the postapartheid demagogue. But was democracy saved?
On the strange afterlife of a figure who embodied post-apartheid South Africa’s contradictions and failings
The water crisis facing the drought-stricken South Africa city is only a preview of things to come—even in the United States.
These photos offer a stark reminder that, 22 years after apartheid, the country is still defined by massive inequality and stark segregation.
The young lawyer fought the British empire for the rights of Indians, but not those of the Zulus he lived among.
How being everyone and no one defines the new Daily Show host’s comedy
Morals are the husband and wife of literature
An exhibition in South Africa is attracting record-breaking crowds
A former apartheid leader is seeking redemption—by washing the feet of those he wronged
His morally nuanced early years in South Africa
To understand his defense, you need to understand South Africa
But there are better reasons not to axe the program
It's hard to snub without looking graceless