Mlilo Mpondo / 25.11.2013 I have had my fair share of torment where beauty is concerned, but the penultimate was exacerbated by a gorgeous white girl at junior school. Zara, blonde hair and brown
Samora Chapman and Caelin Roodt / 21.11.2013 According to Abahlali baseMjondolo, the uprising in Cato Crest is being quelled by all means necessary: death threats, unlawful arrests and police brutality. Many unaligned shack dwellers have also fallen
Xavier Vahed / 21.11.2013 The people take to the street. Xavier Vahed catches the moment.
Anita Mjamba / 19.11.2013 We are a youth, a youth that have a lot of opportunities, a youth that has so much potential. We come from the different backgrounds, we have different minds, but
Daniel Sher / Images by Alistair Barnes / 19.11.2013 He’s bawling his eyes out, slumped against the bus-stop. Seven years old at most: a black child wearing an oversized Sea Point school uniform, snot running down his face. Pedestrians
Katie de Klee / 15.11.2013 The African elephant is the world’s biggest land mammal; walking the earth at a dignified pace, the elephant has earned its place in the folklore and legend of many cultures.
Anya Zinn / 13.11.2013 Maybe you didn't realise it was a full moon, but for some reason you’re driving around Green Point around 9PM, and you see it: the glittering silver clutter of bicycle
Samora Chapman and Caelin Roodt / 12.11.2013 The ridge that rises above the Durban city is green and lush. The suburbs, laid out, are clean, ordered and affluent. Mansions look out over the city, through shady palms
Ella Grimwade / Images by Luke Daniel / 11.11.2013 Spur is a recognised staple in the photo albums of many families across South Africa. But for the 2 groups of children and young adults who hesitantly stepped into the
Dudumalingani Mqombothi / 07.11.2013 Someday, when I can sum up enough courage and abandon my cowardice, I will stare death in the face. I will stop taunting it with prose, hiding behind my poetic