Originally from Pietermaritzburg, Musawenkosi Cabe’s areas of interest include bottom-up social mobilisation, social movements and unions, as well as football, social justice, spatial justice and constitutionalism.
We look at Iceland’s effective four-day workweek, hear from dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson about what he’d do with more time and find out from sociologist Eddie Webster if it could work in South Africa.
Security forces in eSwatini detained, assaulted and tortured two New Frame journalists covering the pro-democracy uprising in that country. We bring you their harrowing tale. Warning: This episode contains disturbing content.
SA Rugby’s head explains the controversial way the Springboks will approach Black Lives Matter during the British & Irish Lions’ tour. Also, we explore the movement against racism in Poland’s football.
In the second of this three-part series on workers in the e-hailing industry, a British Supreme Court ruling could be ‘highly persuasive’ in South African Uber drivers’ class action against the tech giant.