Q & A with Jeremy Vearey

A!: Maybe you’d like to introduce yourself and your capacity. JV: I am Jeremy Vearey. I am also a Major-General in the police service. I am responsible for the gangster activity in this province. I’ll go into what that distinctly is, different from the way...

Interview with police Major General Jeremy Vearey

In this extract from a longer interview conducted by Amandla! Vearey outlines a brief history of policing methodology in Cape Town and a critique based on the intersection between class/capital/space in terms of how crime arises and policing functions in Cape Town A!:...

Chris McGregor and the Brotherhood of Breath

The morning of our father’s 82nd birthday dawned with the news of Chris’s death. We had known for some time that he was desperately ill and so had already booked a flight to France to go and visit him – ironically the flight was due to leave that very...

Memoirs of a born-free | by Malaika Wa Azania

A review by Xoliswa Skomolo In 1990, South Africa crossed the rubicon of apartheid, and all babies born thereafter are referred to as “born-frees”. One of them is the author of this book. It is an elaborate and rich narrative – a roller coaster of a...