Don Pinnock / 18.09.2014 There are huge wind farms going up along the Cape west coast. Good news for sustainable energy generation, but bad news for bats... and invariably the planet.
Matt Vend / 15.09.2014 It’s a typical August Monday morning in Durban – the howling winds are upon us and a whirlpool of rubbish from the weekend is circulating around the inner city, trapped
Christopher Clark / 10.09.2014 I get given a packed lunch by the hotel receptionist who is far too old to be showing the amount of boob that she is, then I set off for
Lineo Segoete / 09.09.2014 Hymphatic Thabs was the first Mosotho-born emcee to make an impact on the Mzansi scene. But the multi-talented cat lost his way, leaving fans, friends and foes wondering: 'what happened'?
Matt Vend / 08.09.2014 Matt Vend was given the task of managing a pop-up music venue on Dr Pixley Kaseme Street, Durban. He reflects on the success of the urban rejuvenation project, and the
Jon Monsoon / 04.09.2014 It's a bit of a telling state of things when an animated talking head gets a better response from the audience to its jokes than any of the featured living
Karl Kemp / Images by Jaco du Plessis / 03.09.2014 Behind every addict, there is a puppeteer that put him there – a deadly mastermind looking to grow his market share in rural farming towns. Meet Zander, one of many
Christopher Clark / 27.08.2014 ...the next morning I'm on the road again to Mthatha and Qunu. I see all the Mandela sights and ask Velile, my guide for the day, if we can see
Don Pinnock / Images by Arthur Elliott / 25.08.2014 Cape Town, circa 1900. Arthur Elliot worked hard and long at his obsession. With camera poised, he would wait for hours in the heat of the sun to highlight the
Luca Barausse / 21.08.2014 The Miners Shot Down documentary about the brutal Marikana massacre screened at Live The Venue in Durban at the weekend. The story I witnessed left me heart broken, compelled to