South Africa

Solving a Cliffhanger - With Your Generous Support

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

This year marks the 20th anniversary since South Africa's first democratic elections, which in 1994 drove the final nail into the coffin of Apartheid. To commemorate this event and measure the depth of racial healing between blacks and whites in "The New South Africa," longtime Mantle correspondent Michael J.

Hothead on the Hot-Seat

Thursday, August 7, 2014

This year marks the 20th anniversary since South Africa's first democratic elections, which in 1994 drove the final nail into the coffin of Apartheid. To commemorate this event and measure the depth of racial healing between blacks and whites in "The New South Africa," longtime Mantle correspondent Michael J.

Take a Stand: One White Man, For One Black Man

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

This year marks the 20th anniversary since South Africa's first democratic elections, which in 1994 drove the final nail into the coffin of Apartheid. To commemorate this event and measure the depth of racial healing between blacks and whites in "The New South Africa," longtime Mantle correspondent Michael J.

Revolutionary at a Crossroads

Thursday, July 31, 2014

This year marks the 20th anniversary since South Africa's first democratic elections, which in 1994 drove the final nail into the coffin of Apartheid. To commemorate this event and measure the depth of racial healing between blacks and whites in "The New South Africa," longtime Mantle correspondent Michael J.

A Racist Epithet: Out of the Closet - And Into Our Film

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

This year marks the 20th anniversary since South Africa's first democratic elections, which in 1994 drove the final nail into the coffin of Apartheid. To commemorate this event and measure the depth of racial healing between blacks and whites in "The New South Africa," longtime Mantle correspondent Michael J. Jordan launched a documentary-film project, The Clubhouse: A Post-Apartheid Story. Below is Part 2 of his six-part travelogue from his recent production trip, on the making of this film.

With Reputation at Risk, Racism to the Rescue

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

This year marks the 20th anniversary since South Africa's first democratic elections, which in 1994 drove the final nail into the coffin of Apartheid. To commemorate this event and measure the depth of racial healing between blacks and whites in "The New South Africa," longtime Mantle correspondent Michael J. Jordan launched a documentary-film project, The Clubhouse: A Post-Apartheid Story. Below is Part 1 of his six-part travelogue from his recent production trip, on the making of this film.

The Basotho on the Brink - And Dangerously in Denial

Reportage: Twenty Years Later - A Postcard of Racial Healing from Post-Apartheid South Africa

Nelson Mandela: Eight Musical Tributes

Friday, December 6, 2013

It is music and dancing that makes me at peace with the world, and at peace with myself.

Here we share a series of songs dedicated to the legacy and revolutionary spirit of Nelson Mandela. His moral courage remains a testament to the good that humanity can accomplish, if only we find the fortitude to do so. We'll miss you, Madiba. We hope you are singing and dancing ... wherever you are.

 

The Struggle Continues

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