Structures of Dominion & Democracy

The KZNSA Gallery is currently hosting an exhibition by famed photographer David Goldblatt, entitled Structures of Dominion & Democracy. Described by the late Nobel Laureate, Nadine Gordimer, as “an extraordinary visual history of a country and its people”, the exhibition comprises five decades of images from Goldblatt’s travels across South Africa, during which time he photographed sites weighted with […]

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Learn isiZulu!

They say that it’s always good to learn a second language, and if you live in Durban and don’t already speak it, then a course in isiZulu is definitely the way to go! With isiZulu being the most spoken language in South Africa, and with nearly 80% of Zulu speakers living in KZN, it makes complete sense for […]

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Digital Memory Toolkit

Niall McNulty, one of the original founders of the Ulwazi Programme, has recently co-published a paper that aims to provide the tools necessary for running a digital memory project. Sponsored by the Goethe Institut South Africa, the Digital Memory Toolkit explains how institutions such as schools and libraries can help to preserve local knowledge, while at the […]

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