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BACKSTORY: Doctors Without Borders’ Zanele Dhludhlu

We question the financial director of Doctors Without Borders

New wave of poetry explodes around the globe

There’s a fresh, cool world of poetry out there, as David Gorin discovers

France’s final blow in the Far East

After a 55-day siege, on May 7 1954, a small French-held stronghold fell to Vietnamese troops. The colonial power’s empire in the region was no more

Pen collector has ink in his veins

How about amassing a stash of 400 fancy pens? Debbie Hathway meets someone who’s done exactly that

Watch Godfather of Harlem on Showmax and DStv Now every week

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BOOKS: Charles van Onselen’s latest work goes down a dark track

The Night Trains etches the lives of millions of people into one’s mind

ART: To see and be seen

The outcry surrounding the inclusion of an artwork in the Javett-UP’s opening exhibitions has obscured a much more powerful narrative

SA’s bright young winemakers

The inside scoop on the new wave of winemakers you need to know about

Time to tackle wily Eddie and his Englishmen

Rassie Erasmus has worked miracles on the Springboks

ARCHITECTURE: The good, the bad and the unsightly

Brian McKechnie on the best and worst SA buildings

READ, THE BELOVED COUNTRY: 6 decades of SA literature

If you want to know a country, listen to its stories. What is written and what is read by that nation is a reflection of the anxieties and realities of the time

ART: Faces of a changing country

Christopher Till on 12 definitive SA artworks of the past 60 years

1959-2019: SA sport stars who shone brightly

Archie Henderson’s pick of highs (and lows)

How technology has changed in 6 decades

Toby Shapshak on six tech moments we’ve happily forgotten