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Fly by the Seat

Fly by the seat

by Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi / 04.02.2014
There is something unsettling about seeing Francois van Coke of Fokofpolisiekar sitting down on stage. His stage persona has been carefully manicured over more than ten years of gigging with
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pit

The Pit Will Teach You

by Milton Schorr / Images by David Devo Oosthuizen / 03.02.2014
Broken bottles, glass scattered across tar, crunching beneath boots. A crowd’s pouring past… 10 000 of them. Eyes dart nervously around. Some in the crowd are breathless, talking fast. “Lamb
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Shooting with Khuli

Shooting With Khuli

by Ts'eliso Monaheng / 31.01.2014
Number 15 Siemert Street is one of Johannesburg's many rare gems. ‘Marcoza House’ reads the letters carved in black steel above the entrance guarded by a man dressed in all
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Solace

Solace

by Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi / 29.01.2014
The festive season is usually a time for people working away from their homes to make their return to the place of their birth, or to a place where their
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ahmed

Music for the Universe

by Robin Scher / 24.01.2014
Ahmed Gallab dislikes the phrase 'world music'. Born in Sudan, raised in Ohio and now a resident of New York City, he prefers the term 'universal'. If ever a band
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Nocturnal Ramblings

Nocturnal Ramblings

by Katie de Klee / 15.01.2014
Simon and the Bande à Part are an introspective folk band from Cape Town. They have recently finished recording their fourth album Blinking and Breathing. We had a chance to
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MOS DEF

Place To Be

by Dudumalingani Mqombothi / 13.01.2014
“I write on anything that will accept ink”, Yasiin Bey says, “whenever I need the solitude to do that. I like writing. But it can be frustrating”.
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Umlilo

The Diva of Kwaai

by Thabiso Hika / 13.01.2014
It is quite rare to come across a completely unique artist in South Africa, without finding the definition seems a little far reaching. On the contrary, describing Siya Ngcobo (known
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Assange

Best of 2013 | Teaching Assange to Rap

by Daniel Sher / 06.01.2014
Not many people realize that Julian Assange is actually an Australian, but right now his inner-Aussie is truly shining through. His formal shirt has been replaced with a bicep-yielding singlet
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Brief Encounter

Brief Encounter

by Ts'eliso Monaheng / 06.01.2014
The heart had grown fond. After months of forced detention in the city of dreams, I had to appease the spirit (and spirits) by navigating further south where, if the
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