Alastair Laird / 19.04.2014 This week's Last Nub aims to gently soothe the simmering racial tensions exposed by the upcoming South African elections.
Justin Fox / 11.04.2014 And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, that the sons of God saw that the
Hugh Upsher / 08.04.2014 Changeling are of the rare, slumped over, hair-instead-of-a-face, psych-noise rock band variety. They announce their presence by pounding out a gloriously noisy six minute instrumental. Even though they are set
Alastair Laird / 05.04.2014 The Last Nub goes head to head with the Illuminati, explains the disappearance of Flight 370, and blames reality TV for the death of the modern family. Watch out
Alastair Laird / 22.03.2014 The Last Nub is back with its favourite protagonist, Jacob 'crocodile skin' Zuma, starring in 'Gulliver's Travels and the 246 Million Buck Question'. Sweating yet Mr President?
Janeke Wissekerke / 18.03.2014 Nelly aka 'Star-Lady' is a single mom with two boys and she lives in Soweto. Nelly is a keen biker and founder of an 'all-female' motorcycle club that roll with
Sydelle Willow-Smith / 14.03.2014 The public sphere is a realm tightly controlled by rules and regulations; a place we often pass through on our journeys from A to B, but seldom engage with. Public
Ian Dickinson / Images by Marcello Maffeis / 11.03.2014 In the passageway in front of me, a postmodern art critic was at work. Poised in a contemplative stance, he gazed at an illustration of a baby floating surreally above
Xavier Vahed / 09.03.2014 Last Sunday, The Rainbow Restaurant, Pinetown, 4pm
Samora Chapman / Images by Sheldon Wins / 05.03.2014 It’s New Year’s at Smoking Dragon in the KZN midlands and all the cool kids are out to play. It’s been a long year toiling in the harsh economic sunshine