Robyn Perros / Images by Samora Chapman / 27.11.2014 Sonnets don't pay school fees. Limericks can't even get you a loose. Poets are just dirty, poor slackers right? Nah! Not with Simiso 'Slashfire' Sokhela where rhyme and rhythm are
Christopher Clark / 17.11.2014 Chris Clark returns from an epic 8 000 kilometre road trip through Zambia, where tourists are promised the 'real' African experience. He realises that this 'realness' is a construct of
Tseliso Monaheng / 12.11.2014 The rain comes down in the afternoon on Saturday, just after I arrive. The first droplets hit as I sit on top of a knee-high concrete slab to collect my
Tjobolo Khahliso / 10.11.2014 In a world of disposable digital files, and utilitarian CDs (that just end up getting ripped anyway), a vinyl record is becoming a more and more beautiful object to collect.
Tjobolo Khahliso / 03.11.2014 Filmmaker, intellectual, artist and activist, Steve Kwena Mokwena, remains an enigma in the South African cultural scene. Mokwena’s latest exhibition, a series of drawings entitled ‘A Peek Inside The Heart’,
Morrel Shilenge / 31.10.2014 Come Easter time, all roads lead to Moria... Zion city. The R71 is blocked with buses on their way to Boyne, just outside Polokwane in Limpopo. Millions make the Easter
Matt Vend / 29.10.2014 October is a strange moody time in Durban town. The rain is relentless. Spring is a dreary interlude before the unbearable heat of the Durban summer hits. It’s also a
Samora Chapman / 23.10.2014 Durban is a truly African city. It’s hot. It throbs. It smells like it’s alive. I seldom walk it these days, but walking is really the only way to experience
Tyrone Bradley / 02.10.2014 Forget your Canon 5D, Karl Zeiss glass and fancy shmancy Lightroom techniques. Tyrone shows us how it's done with a plastic fantastic Fujifilm Instax...
Hagen Engler / 01.10.2014 Shifty was the label of the Voëlvry movement – a rock ‘n roll movement that challenged the racist apartheid government from within the ambit of white culture. The music gave