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CULTIVATING AFRICAN VOICES

by Lineo Segoete / 23.09.2014
September 5-7, 2014 saw the beginning of a revolution in the politically tense mountain kingdom of Lesotho, with the re-birth of Ba re e ne re literature festival. Ba re
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DAGGA VS THE NEW WORLD ORDER

by Mooketsi Nthite / 22.09.2014
Mooketsi talks to Jeremy Acton, fervent leader of the Dagga Party, about his crusade for the legalisation of marijuana, and how criminalization of the herb is an apartheid legacy that
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What His Tattoos Say About Him

by Malini Mohana / 16.09.2014
Men's Health recently published a superlative article called 'What You Can Learn From Her Tatoos'. Not to be outdone, Mahala responds by exposing the truth about okes and their ink.
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ON THE ROAD | EASTERN CAPE: PART II

by Christopher Clark / 10.09.2014
I get given a packed lunch by the hotel receptionist who is far too old to be showing the amount of boob that she is, then I set off for
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Okes With Jokes

by Jon Monsoon / 04.09.2014
It's a bit of a telling state of things when an animated talking head gets a better response from the audience to its jokes than any of the featured living
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NIGHT OF 1000 DRAWINGS [AN ILLUSTRATED REVIEW]

by Hugh Upsher / 02.09.2014
Night of 1000 Drawings is a great concept for a great cause. Over the course of the year, drawing stations were set up to collect as many original A5 doodles
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On the Road | Eastern Cape

by Christopher Clark / 27.08.2014
...the next morning I'm on the road again to Mthatha and Qunu. I see all the Mandela sights and ask Velile, my guide for the day, if we can see
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Death of a Comic

by Paul Hjul / Illustration by Trevor Paul / 20.08.2014
How should an obituary for a comic be written? Do we bury the comedian? Or praise him? Does the notion that tragedy and comedy are different only in timing compel
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The Funeral: What The Silence is for

by 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
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If House was a Nation: Part I

by Morrel Shilenge / 08.08.2014
With South Africa celebrating 20 years of democracy, it’s a time to reflect on where we are as a society and where we are going. One of the areas that
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