Samora Chapman / 18.02.2015 Scab is a multidisciplinary artist born an Afrikaner and living in the UK. Through graffiti, illustrations, tattoos, music and video art he interprets a modern world that is eating itself
Samora Chapman / 06.02.2015 Durban's most legendary graffiti OG – Opt 1 – has been collaborating with artist and queen-of-funk, Mups/Mae, to add some fruity flavour to the streets. Peep what they been up
Jake Rusznyak / 05.02.2015 In case you missed it, Africa’s most cherished elderly dictator tripped on the red carpet and quickly spawned a flurry of internet memes. Friend of Mahala and subversive ad guy,
Hugh Upsher / 04.02.2015 The seminal review of everything that happened at Up The Creek music festival – dry humour, post-future illustrations and untainted honesty cut deep and true!
Brett Wegener / 01.02.2015 Last Sunday, Glenwood, Durban... 4pm.
Alastair Laird / 31.01.2015 Eskom is visited by a hooded ghost on a dark night and shown three signs. #blackout. Luckily Nkandla is still burning bright... so who cares!
Petra Mason and John King / 21.01.2015 Bettie Page – the queen of curves, bangs, blue-eyes and bondage – was one of America's most scandalous pin ups of the 1950s. Photographed extensively by the only female pin
Alastair Laird / 17.01.2015 Our brave comic scribe, Al Laird, tackles the Charlie Hebdo tragedy. Hold your breath...
Tseliso Monaheng / 16.01.2015 Jo'burg artist Artist Sindiso Nyoni aka R!ot had a huge 2014. Apart from landing commissions from big brands and getting up on the street, he travelled to Berlin and Amsterdam