After a night at the Aquila Game Reserve, we took a meandering route back to Cape Town, through the "Karoo" – a semi-desert region. The road ran through valleys formed between massive mountains, dripping head to toe with waterfalls from the recent downpour. At times, the road hugged these giants and our charter bus teetered … Continue reading Day 6: The winding journey to to Cape Town, and women’s experiences of the TRC
More food. I didn't realize it going in, but a good portion of this journey was about food. I'm exaggerating. But I do think the best conversations are had around food, and therefore is an important thing to document. And fine, as delicious as it was, the food was perhaps a smaller detail compared to … Continue reading Snapshot: Did I mention we had Iftar at a mosque?
Dear Witness: Are you aware of the five second rule? Or, perhaps you are familiar with one of the many variations that are circulating in different parts of the country. Some will say it’s acceptable if you pick up a fallen item before 10 seconds pass. Then there are the extremists who enforce a zero-tolerance policy for … Continue reading Letter to witness of this morning’s fallen fork