Samora Chapman / 30.04.2015 I’m not a fan of western medicine. The vast chasm between saving people and big business has never sat well with me. But when the chips are down and the
Dashen Naicker / Illustration by Nathan Roodt / 24.04.2015 "I don’t mind being called Muslim, but it’s inaccurate. I am not Muslim. Brown people with beards are sometimes Muslims. But sometimes they’re Christians, Atheists, Hindus or struggling-to-figure-it-all-out like me."
Samora Chapman / 22.04.2015 Samora Chapman reports from the Durban Peace March, where thousands protested against the xenophobia that has swept KZN. In the wake of the march, city dwellers rose up in fury,
Robyn Perros / 22.04.2015 "South Africans have become good at waiting. We’ve waited for houses, school books, running water and jobs for over 20 years. We’ve waited a long time for some sort of
Hugh Upsher / 17.04.2015 Social media commentators have joined the national debate about colonial statues and there place in the new South Africa. Hugh Upsher transcribes the most cringe-worthy, ignorant and outright racist...
Samora Chapman & Robyn Perros / 15.04.2015 It’s 3pm in the afternoon, Tuesday 14 April, Durban city. Foreigners have gathered on Point (Mahatma Gandhi) Road, and are ready to fight for their lives. About 200 people are
Nwabisa Ngumbela / 25.03.2015 It was through a series of unfortunate circumstances that I found myself back home in Kwazulu, a remote village in the Eastern Cape. When I left over ten years ago,
Telford Vice / 23.03.2015 Telford Vice swerves between the Sydney streets of Babylon, William S. Burroughs quotes and incisive commentary about the Cricket World Cup, where Sri Lanka were slain by the Proteas in
Hugh Upsher / 18.03.2015 You are the beautiful mess that I keep coming back to. Sometimes I wish you would change, maybe shake off your Grand Slots dependency or kick hard drugs out of