Busisiwe has a fascinating story, growing up in New Jersey as a Xhosa girl when her parents went into self-imposed exile during Apartheid. At the age of only 13 she directed her first play, and over the years since, has built up a formidable CV in writing, producing, directing and scriptwriting for TV, movies and documentaries. Her love of storytelling and strong opinions have made her one of our most successful creative talents, and her awards have piled up over the years. Find out what makes her angry, inspired and sad in this honest conversation.
14 Mar 2017 2AM
Society & Culture · Personal Journals Gareth Cliff
Brendan O'Neill is a British journalist, author, and commentator known for his controversial and dissenting views on contemporary political and social issues. He rose to prominence as the editor of the online magazine Spiked, and has been a vocal advocate for free expression, individual liberty, and personal autonomy. Gareth and…
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John McCook - otherwise known as Eric Forrester to most of us - has been the anchor of ‘The Bold and The Beautiful’ for almost 37 years. His iconic character is known around the world, but specifically resonates with so many South Africans, who grew up watching the soapie every…