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
Hugh Upsher / Images by Dirk Steenkamp / 16.07.2014 With the amount of sophisticated wine drinking going down, the First Thursdays art happening can now claim the title 'Phuza Thursdays For White People'. I carved out a manageable schedule
Alastair Laird / 12.07.2014 The Vendas grease the National Broadcaster's palm with cattle and women, but Malema's having none of it... red berets, boners, bribery! Keep it soapie Mzansi.