'The life given us, by nature is short; but the memory of a well-spent life is eternal'- Cicero
1974, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Apartheid. Every black and coloured citizen over the age of sixteen was required to carry an identity book that restricted employment and travel within the country. The repercussions of this law saw those jailed, rise at an alarming rate.
Sizwe Banzi is an African worker..click to read more
Franz Kafka’s started his second novel, Der Process, in 1914, but it was left incomplete at his death in 1924, although he had written the final chapter. It was published posthumously in 1925 and is best known in the English-speaking world as The Trial. It has been observed that the plight of our refugees is similar to that of “K” in Kafka’s novel... click to read more