Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi / 13.12.2013 The way in which the Cape Town’s administrators organized the city’s Nelson Mandela memorial service gave little opportunity for criticism from detractors. There has been a sometimes ebbing and sometimes
Dudumalingani Mqombothi / 13.12.2013 On Sunday 8th December Ballo was officially launched on a Loop Street rooftop. The view from the rooftop cuts every building in sight in half. The venue itself seems to
Tsepang Molefe / 12.12.2013 Then came that time of the fiscal when everybody has to develop amnesia about that rude email, missed targets, and corridor gossip. Office Christmas parties if not yet already, will
Mahala High Five Brigade / 11.12.2013 Five Johannesburg photographers were commissioned by adidas Originals to capture portraits of the people that unite Joburg. Each was assigned a neighbourhood and set out to the streets with their
Hagen Engler / 10.12.2013 I was trying to get hold of Elias Motsoaledi’s widow. We were doing a story on the late Rivonia trialist, and I’d heard his wife was still alive and living
Ts'eliso Monaheng / 08.12.2013 Pictures from Johannesburg, the day of the news of Madiba's passing. Hamba kahle, Tata.
Coco Putuma / 06.12.2013 Coco Putuma is a young poet from Cape Town. This is her poem Woman; a woman, a human, a being, a sentient being.
Terrence Moon / Illustration by Sasan / 04.12.2013 Figures in white robes line up at the altar, waiting for the medicine to be administered. The nauseating stuff burns one’s throat like rancid miso soup – dark, viscous, vile
Andy Davis / Images by Luke Daniel / 03.12.2013 Fear is something that we as South African surfers, perhaps, are a little more accustomed to. Our sport, by it’s nature can be a frightening thing. Paddling out when it’s
Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi / 02.12.2013 Throw together a group comprising South African musicians, events organisers and record executives and the conversation they have will invariably at some point turn to the size of the South