by Justin Fox / 05.12.2013 / Sir Ranulph Fiennes had just stepped off a plane from London to welcome the Antarctic expedition he’d abandoned due to frostbite. I must admit to some nerves at meeting a man the Guinness Book of Records names ‘the world’s greatest explorer.’ Besides, what should I call him, Sir Ranulph?
Andy Davis / Images by Luke Daniel / 03.12.2013 Fear is something that we as South African surfers, perhaps, are a little more accustomed to. Our sport, by it’s nature can be a frightening thing. Paddling out when it’s
Anya Zinn / 03.12.2013 Some call it ‘instrumental wizardry’, others say, ‘What?' Regardless, Durban-born, Cape-Town-bred, solo musician Gary Thomas is one talented guitarist, who is perhaps still a bit too keen on superheroes.
Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi / 02.12.2013 Throw together a group comprising South African musicians, events organisers and record executives and the conversation they have will invariably at some point turn to the size of the South
Dudumalingani Mqombothi / 02.12.2013 The old Cape Town train station is being renovated or being prepared to be flattened to debris. A sign at the station simply says “construction underway” and is without any
Samora Chapman / 01.12.2013 Last Sunday, Taxi Rank, Durban, 10hr43.
Lwanda Sindaphi / 29.11.2013 Born in the Eastern Cape in 1988, Lwanda Sindaphi now lives in Cape Town in the Western Cape. He started documenting social ills, personal feelings and history of the entire
Kavish Chetty / 29.11.2013 At the announcement of this Mandela biopic, “hagiography” was the threat urging off the edge of every critical mouth. Such fears can only be quenched at the personal level: Nelson
Alain William van Heerden / 29.11.2013 Last week saw the return of Loyiso Gola to Cape Town for his one-man stand-up comedy show at the Baxter Theatre. On the heels of his Emmy nomination one would
Andy Davis / 28.11.2013 Sisal, you know the stuff with the hard, hard spiky leaves and the big tree like thing busting out the middle, that grows untended along the roadside pretty much everywhere