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by Samora Chapman / 22.12.2014 / We’re in the midst of a crisis. Last night I witnessed a mob nearly murder a man in the street. I then wandered across the city in the half darkness, and found that the same mob had swept across town in a fit of rage… beating scores of people with knob kerries, bricks and hockey sticks. The source of the madness? Whoonga Park. And it’s burning to the ground. Here’s how…
by Karl Kemp / Images by Jaco du Plessis / 22.12.2014 / Worcester, just beyond the Boland wine region, is two hours northeast of Cape Town. It’s the first notable dorp heading into the Klein Karoo platteland – a quiet, rural farming region, that has just recently been infiltrated by the life-crushing drug known as tik… South African speciality Methamphetamine.
by Samora Chapman and Robyn Perros / Images by Russell Grant and Samora Chapman / 19.12.2014 / “You are so fucking high!” he slurs, rubbing his newly sprouted stubble against my cheek. I nod, even though I’m so fucking sober. I ask him where he’s from. He clutches his groin, throws his head back and yells: “JO’BUUURG!” then barks like a ferocious dog…
by Hugh Upsher / Illustration by Hugh Upsher / 19.12.2014 / Christmas lunch can be a drag with your racist grandmother and sexist uncles at the table. While your aunties slave away in the kitchen, why not keep hunger at bay by putting their bleeding hearts to the test? This multiple choice questionnaire covers some of this year’s key talking points in order to accurately gauge their liberal agenda.
by Samora Chapman and Robyn Perros / Images by Russell Grant and Samora Chapman / 18.12.2014 / Rage against your parents, your teachers, your boss. Rage against the sound of the school bell ringing, your principal screaming. Rage against the sensation of a school uniform on your skin. Rage against the smell of exam nerves, sweat, fear. Rage against everything and nothing.
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BABOONS IN BABYLON

by Mahala High Five Brigade / 17.12.2014
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Bikers For Life

by Morrel Shilenge / 15.12.2014
Africa has always desired the 'American Dream' and lusted after the cultures associated with it. We can see it in our music, film and fashion industries. Motorcycle club culture has
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VEGAS ILLUSIONS

by Matt Vend / 12.12.2014
I arrive downtown on a frosty Sunday night and am accompanied through the main ‘strip’ by Hambone and Alyssa, two folk/punk artists based in Las Vegas. I immediately become entranced
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MAN | WOMAN | BLUE | WHITE

by Tseliso Monaheng / 11.12.2014
Thato Magano is responsible for marketing and communications at Vanguard Magazine. He discusses gender issues and the indie hustle, while rocking his fav Tomy sneaks.
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DEAR POP MUSIC

by Andy Davis / 10.12.2014
Rivonia by Dear Reader, was easily my favourite album of 2013. The album was a surprising redirection for Cherilyn MacNeil, whose previous work as both Harris Tweed and Dear Reader,
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SEX, TOLERANCE AND EDM

by Mooketsi Nthite / Images by Tenn iBair / 10.12.2014
Mooketsi reports from deep in the Jozi party and entertainment scenes – the Channel O Music Video Awards and the Space Ibiza super rave, which both went down last weekend.
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GET YOUR VAG STONED

by Mary J Haze / 09.12.2014
It reminds me of the first time I gave my cat catnip. Usually a regal creature, all claws and flashing eyes, aloof and dismissive of my affection unless it suited
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MAFTOWN HEIGHTS

by Tseliso Monaheng / 08.12.2014
Every year the devout and diverse following of hip hop sub genre, Motswako, congregate in Jozi for Maftown Heights where they rap their faces off in a mix of
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IN HIS TIME OF DYING

by Karl Kemp / 05.12.2014
Karl Kemp was happily drunk in a small bar called "De Boer" in the Afrikaner separatist town of Orania when he heard the news that Madiba had passed. It hit
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EMPIRE OF EVE

by Jon Monsoon / Images by Jacques Smit / 05.12.2014
It's a desolate evening in Muizenberg. Jon Monsoon seeks refuge from the grey sea fog at a café, where he meets Eve – a mesmerising Malawian waitress wearing Tomy Takkies.
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