Don Pinnock / Images by Arthur Elliott / 25.08.2014 Cape Town, circa 1900. Arthur Elliot worked hard and long at his obsession. With camera poised, he would wait for hours in the heat of the sun to highlight the
Faith 47 / 18.08.2014 Faith 47's murals in the Durban inner-city are complete. “I’m exploring the notion of the informal economy," says Faith of the subject matter she chose. "I was struck by the
Hugh Upsher / 11.08.2014 I like my theatre like I like my music. Dark, raw and economical. As a bonus this play also happened to be quick to the point, clocking in at around
Alastair Laird / 09.08.2014 The Mzansi giraffe tragedy (#Hangover3). Life's like a movie...
Samora Chapman / 05.08.2014 Durban town has always been a kind of forgotten city. It's not on your average international traveler's radar, or your average policy maker's agenda. It's a place that people frequently
Chris Preyser / 01.08.2014 As a rule, car shows never fail to disappoint in the bizarre array of humans they attract. And I'm not even talking about the eardrum piercing sounds of highly torqued,
pop skiet / 27.07.2014 Last Sunday, umemulo coming of age ceremony, Kamberg, KZN.
Alastair Laird / 26.07.2014 Okay, so we have a bit of a violent history. But when the Mzansi take on the term 'necklace' ends up in a Hello Kitty kids' dictionary in the UK
Kevin Goss-Ross / Images by Kevin Goss-Ross & Christoffer Rosenfeldt / 17.07.2014 After giving Mahala the finger a few years back, I approached the Ed for tickets to Roskilde with my tail between my legs, a day before press accreditation closed, thinking