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Mr Lebogang Rasethaba

On access and the making of Prisoner 467/64

 As we rose to the sad news of the passing of Mr Andrew Mlangeni this week, we had been working on the third draft of an essay in the filmmaker and noted.man contributor, Mr Lebogang Rasethaba’s ongoing series on access. It is, as you will read below, an intimate insider portrait of the Rivonia trialist through the…

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Julius: a lesson in access  

In a notorious, now-defunct nightclub, the Documentary Film Director, Mr Lebogang Rasethaba, recalls a lesson in access, delivered by one Mr Julius Malema.  As the music blares in a nightclub, a woman – young and drunk – interrupts me as I make an ambitious plea to Mr Julius Malema to appear in a film I am…

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Remembering and creating fatherly love

In this submission for the ‘Love in the time of social distancing’ series carried by Imbawula, the storytelling organisation, the Filmmaker Mr Lebogang Rasethaba writes about rituals, fatherhood and memory. When we don’t have the banalities of everyday out of home existence as a buffer for our emotions, the default factory settings for relationships, Monday…

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