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Rwanda: The Aftermath

by Kim Harrisberg / 18.02.2014
Hassan Mutabazi is one of the many Rwandan Genocide victims that gathered in a small mud house in the village of Kabuga, Rwanda last month. Initially, his age is hard
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Down Maids and Garden Boys, Down!

by Phumlani Pikoli / 17.02.2014
The week before last, the city of Jozi braced itself for a DA march on Luthuli House, the ANC’s most prized real estate. The JHB HQ of “Africa’s tried and
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snake sign

Beware the Snakes

by Ang Lloyd / 12.02.2014
Dump and Die? Or the End is nigh? We're not sure what this Jozi street artist is trying to say, but we love his ironic sense of post-modern enviromentalism! It's
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White Madness

White Madness

by Mlilo Mpondo / Illustration by Sasan / 05.02.2014
What does slavery, colonialism, the Jim Crow laws and apartheid tell us about white folk? That they are afflicted with serious control issues. Much attention is paid to black history;
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Pavement Music

by Dudumalingani Mqombothi / 04.02.2014
The street musicians form the tapestry of the Cape Town city centre. One late afternoon, the sound of a man singing penetrates the window of my apartment. I cannot make
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Guns and Ganja

by Kimon de Greef / 03.02.2014
In the Transkei, a subset of the rural poor prowl at the edges of the tourist economy, waiting for scraps. There are fishermen selling mussels and undersized crayfish, small children
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Milile’s Tavern

by Philip Wilson / 30.01.2014
It’s derby day: Orlando Pirates versus the mighty Kaizer Chiefs. The Soweto derby fever is felt all the way in Ekuphumleni, the location at Kenton-on-Sea in the Eastern Cape. It’s
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Jan Pretorius

Coast Guards

by Rob Mills / 28.01.2014
The very mention of the “car guard” brings negative connotations to mind. Pesky individuals who pop out of nowhere when you have been in the Spar for only five minutes
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Grey Giant

Grey Giant

by Trevor Jones and Katarzyna Nowak / 23.01.2014
Earlier this month, international media ran with a major prediction released by the IUCN that “one-fifth of Africa’s elephants could be wiped out in the next ten years, at current
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Hey Brother, Nice Shoes!

by Hugh Upsher / 21.01.2014
How to Steal Smart Phones on Long Street at Night.
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