Karl Kemp / Images by Jaco du Plessis / 30.01.2015 Petrus turns out to be of Khoisan heritage. We get lost for a while and find him after several increasingly more awkward phone calls. Up a dirt road we come
Karel Kopbeen / 22.01.2015 "I think that humans are the perfect and ultimate conflict creature. Too weak to live without a lot of drugs, healthcare and destruction to the earth and too cowardly to
Karl Kemp / Images by Jaco du Plessis / 20.01.2015 Dawn shows us a report that includes photos of furniture strewn on the road, part of an eviction on a nearby farm. This is their bone of contention – the
Don Pinnock / 19.01.2015 Libya is a mess. The uprising against Gaddafi left the place in ruins and awash with smouldering resenments and way too many guns. Bands of men in swirling headdresses still
Bill Blythe / 15.01.2015 A production assistant working long hours in the Cape Town film industry bares all... egos, adrenalin and cash money, money, money.
Karl Kemp / Images by Jaco du Plessis / 13.01.2015 Simondium is a rural settlement in the Drakenstein municipality of the Western Cape, dry as bone, with shrubbery the colour of chardonnay and a population of a couple thousand people.
John Wessels / 12.01.2015 A powerful and intimate photo-essay depicting the daily life of Dercia, one of many people who live and work at the Huléne Dump Site in Maputo, Mozambique. Dercio has been
Max Barashenkov / Illustration by Alastair Laird / 08.01.2015 I was sent to a motor press launch, not even to write, but to simply be there and get buttered. My first and last brush with the motoring press left
Mahala High Five Brigade / 06.01.2015 After a challenging surf session in a wild onshore bowl, we took the hungry kids from Surfers Not Street Children for a delish Christmas lunch at Spur. The braai-master Apache
Kavish Chetty / 05.01.2015 The logic goes like this: if Cape Town is politically restless and prone to bloody outburst, then we have the perfect excuse to stage a whole carnival of gunfights and