Images by Robyn Perros / 18.09.2015 / Over the past year we’ve shot hundreds of street portraits in search of interesting, real South Africans wearing Tomy Takkies – the simple canvas shoes that were created in Zimbabwe 50 years ago. From inner-city Durban, to the beach front, to the ‘burbs: Here’s a selection of Tomy Everyday Photographer, Robyn Perros’s, snaps…
Tseliso Monaheng / 28.08.2015 We catch up with Rendani Nemakavhani – designer, illustrator and initiator of collaborative project '30 Days & A City' about trekking innercity Jozi and what she’s cooking up next...
Hugh Upsher / 28.08.2015 Hugh Upsher is a boring trail runner now. He provides the ultimate guide to etiquette, fauna and fashion on the Cape Town mountains...
Samora Chapman / 21.08.2015 Mahala bumped into Cape Town based artist – Ello – while she was painting a wall in Durban on a golden afternoon. Her refreshing artwork mixes childlike fantasy with elements
Anonymous / 17.08.2015 Yesterday the nation mourned and remembered the tragic Marikana massacre, which shook the world on 16 August 2012. Activations around the country called for justice and reparations. Lest we forget
Hugh Upsher / 14.08.2015 "Living in town means you get to tell people you stay in town and feel a moment of superiority over them. The benefits are obvious but the path to finding
Robyn Perros / 07.08.2015 "We all need some place to escape to, when the city grabs a hold of our ankles and starts to pull us into the concrete. And sometimes a rooftop is
Franky Blank / Images by Nina Zillah Bekink / 06.08.2015 The Frown’s launch of their new album, We Are Not Dead, shot rivers of enigmatic voltage through my veins. Every detail was mesmerising, from the delicately folded origami swans to
Meghan Daniels / 30.07.2015 Entering Jamie-Lee’s Ma’s house is like stepping into a nostalgic time warp. Memories of a time when we read the ‘Did You Know’ facts on Chappies wrappers, whistled lousy tunes