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Not in My Neighborhood Film Screening

Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 8 PM Keleketla! Library,6 Verwey Street, Troyeville, 2094 Johannesburg, Gauteng In Jozi at Keleketla! Library … Chimurenga in partnership with Azania Rizing Productions presents the screening of ‘Not in My Neighborhood’ Gentrification has been constantly, falsely, perpetuated as a process of affirmative social renovation. However, despite these forced agendas, the controversy of displacement, conflict, […]

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PASS presents DUMAMA & KECHOU ft. MADALA ‘BAFO’ KUNENE

The Pan African Space Station will host DUMAMA & KECHOU for an intimate live concert, featuring special guest, music legend Madala ‘Bafo’ Kunene on Wednesday 20 March 2019. The event will take place at our new home in Woodstock, Cape Town (157 Victoria Road) Tickets will be on sale at the door for R100. There […]

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‎Sankomota: An Ode in One Album – A Reflective Essay

“Perhaps outside of Fela’s Egypt 80, very few music bands have managed to influence their countries in the manner and to the extent that Sankomota did. Their emergence, explosive musical repertoire and long-lasting musical effect could neither be predicted nor expected. The effect of their music on the conscience of mortals and politicians alike, can […]

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Pungwe Sound Trails Live On PASS

Pan African Space Station hosts Pungwe Sound Trails with @machirirobert Thursday, 06 March from 6pm (SA time). Robert Machiri, also known as Chi – short for Chimurenga – is a Zimbabwean multidisciplinary artist based in Johannesburg. Machiri’s work draws on discourses of de-colonization by connecting sound, music and image making through social-politics. His most notable […]

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PASS is going to Australia!

From 11 -13 April, as part of an exhibition hosted by Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) entitled Shapes of Knowledge, the Pan African Space Station will land in Melbourne, Australia. In collaboration with artists, activists and cultural workers based in the city, PASS will study, among other histories, Australia’s participation in The Second World Black and […]

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