This week brings with it thought-provoking articles to enjoy and mull over.
Thabisile Miya addresses our need for creating new narratives around Africa and her problems.
Nokuthula Mkwanazi bemoans the lack of representation of African news in South African media. She also questions whether South Africans' patriotism masks Afro-phobic and self-entitled attitudes.
Monde Nqeza analyses Lupe Fiasco's "The Adoration of the Magi" and discusses why this song is one of the finest lyrical performances in contemporary music.
Londell Ramalepe discusses how she believes that Melania Trump plagiarism scandal raises the need for harsher penalties for plagiarism.
Welcome back to another semester of exPress imPress.
On its 15th anniversary, Tessa Hellberg discusses the legacy of the teen classic, Legally Blonde
Mamelodi Marakalala defiantly and proudly embraces to embrace her blackness, in spite of how history has regarded blackness.
Thabisile Miya writes on her pride in being a black woman, and her vision of a better world for all women.
Our last edition for the semester has plenty to rejuvenate you before exams get you down.