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Stop and Listen

by Matt Vend / 16.04.2014
On any given day, you can find buskers crooning through the Durban streets, strumming in the back alleys downtown, or serenading the high-steppers uptown. From Morningside to Dalton Hostel, the
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Just an average privileged white Capetonian in my mid-twenties

by Hugh Upsher / 14.04.2014
I think I am different and consider myself a personal brand. All my friends are really creative and talented. I am not a racist but I am accepting of my
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Captain Noah And The Love Boat

by 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
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Cycle Zen

by Don Pinnock / Images by Samora Chapman / 10.04.2014
It began with irritation at the rubbish that spooled through my mind while cycling. Conversation replay loops, situation re-runs, fantasising about stuff to buy, conquests, adventures untaken. The answer I
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Roasting Kenny Kunene & Trolling Khanyi Mbau’s Pussy

by Hagen Engler / 10.04.2014
This is the second major roast in SA and a lot of us are still coming to terms with the concept. In order for the roast to work well, each
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Changeling At The Pit

by 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
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To Kiss A Gangster

by Hagen Engler / Illustration by Sasan / 07.04.2014
As we’re exchanging tequilas and hand signs, a guy wearing an afro and an enormous purple anorak comes striding into the club with a crew of associates and a heavy
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Africa Saviour

by Christopher Clark / Images by Samora Chapman / 27.03.2014
In my experience, many of the Africans (including white South Africans) I have come across, initially perceive us western travelers as one of two types of tourist. Either we are
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Zuma Songs

by Mahala High Five Brigade / 21.03.2014
Fela Kuti leads us in our joy whilst we have the day off! And other songs to remind 'the Ruling Elite' that things a gwaan change if them don't fix
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The Way of Wilderness

by Don Pinnock / 19.03.2014
Perhaps what we fear in solitude is merely solitude itself; of being turned inside out because we rely on others to create our boundaries. We are herd animals. Alone we
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