Crispin Hemson

Put an end to stupidities of the past by Crispin Hemson

Events during apartheid made very little sense; it was all about oppression without much thought. A researcher from New York met me to understand the assassination of a friend in 1978. He knew in great detail the events of the time – he even had the Security Police records of the sae events, a mixture of useful factual information, cold hostility and paranoid ramblings. (read full article…)

— MERCURY (First Edition) 08 Apr 2013 page 6


Ever-changing force that apartheid refused to acknowledge: 29 February 2012 The Mercury

Learning the language of the forest: 21 November 2011 The Mercury

The story of humility and silence: 20 October 2011 Mail and Guardian

The challenge of moving on after a history of violence: 5 September 2011 The Mercury

There’s more to great old age than confusion and chaos: 24 August 2011 The Mercury

Peace cannot be bought with a bullet: 6 May 2011 The Mercury

Prithiraj Dullay

Travelling down the road to discord