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by Samora Chapman / 06.07.2015 / Mark Middlewick is not enamoured by all the flash-money of the film industry. He cares about his art form and his vision above all, and his track record proves it. His latest film The Mascot, starring Adrien Brody, deals with rejection, failure and letting go – themes we can all relate to.
by Mahala Scribes / 06.07.2015 / “There’s something strangely incongruous about meeting up with a pop musician in a doctor’s room…” Kyle Deutsch – musician and chiropractor – has just released the video for the chart-topping, Durban serenade ‘Back to the Beach’. More about the local pop doc right here…
by Samora Chapman / 05.07.2015 / Last Sunday – Venice Beach to Santa Monica, Los Angeles.
by George Kirkinis / Images by Laura McCullagh & Teigue Blokpoel / 03.07.2015 / “Take the art down off the gallery wall, dust it off, and place it where it was always meant to hang: in your mind…” Thought provoking impressions by George Kirkinis on unique Cape Town art gallery – Knobs and Tassels.
by Mahala Scribes / 01.07.2015 / “I am a young black South African trying to understand my country and myself… The pictures I produce are a way of liberating myself and people around me.” Meet Sipho Mpongo – the first South African to be awarded the sought after Magnum Foundation “Human Rights” fellowship in NYC…
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CALIFORNIA DREAMING

by Samora Chapman / 30.06.2015
Planet Hollywood is the centre of the universe. Well, that’s what people here believe anyway. The funny thing is, just about everyone in the world has been here – not
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NDEBELE ART LIVES ON

by Morrel Shilenge / 29.06.2015
Esther ‘Gogo' Mahlangu is believed to be the most important Ndebele artist working today. From painting walls with feathers and twigs in Mabhoko Village to doing a paint job on
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FEATURING THE AFRO-COMB

by Robyn Perros / 25.06.2015
"My comb definitely symbolises black empowerment and staying true to your roots, and most importantly, yourself. I don't wear it as a fashion statement, I wear it as a display
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RETURN OF THE KING

by Tumi Molekane / 24.06.2015
Tumi announces his new album, Return of the King, with great eloquence and sincerity, locating it in a social landscape where "we are starting to see the cracks."
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GET YOUR FIX

by Meghan Daniels / 18.06.2015
Foxywoods is a quirky music workshop in Salt River that restores old, broken guitars into playable works of art again. It is a place where blues can be found oozing
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CITY OF ANTHEMS

by Robyn Perros / Images by Marcello Maffeis / 17.06.2015
Zulu blues legend Madala Kunene, Reunion island's Nathalie Natiembé and kasi-choir The Soil kicked off the opening night of the inaugural Zakifo Muzik Festival at the Durban City Hall –
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ZAKIFOBIA?

by Samora Chapman / 17.06.2015
A bad case of Zakifobia is what you should have if you missed out on the Saturday night goings on in Rivertown, Durban. Fear of missing out, not fear of
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WOLVES ON THE COUCH

by Mahala Scribes / 12.06.2015
A Red Bull Couch Session was held last night at Zakifo with 340ml Sound System, Veranda Panda, Sketchy Bongo and Aewon Wolf. Here's what went down...
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JUNGLE FEVER

by Mahala Scribes / 12.06.2015
Mook Lion – graffiti writer, Durban street art pioneer and master fine artist – will be rocking steady at Zakifo on Saturday 13 June, adding some jungle style to the
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SKYE QUEEN OF STYLE

by Mahala Scribes / 11.06.2015
The boundlessly talented Skye T Steen literally burst onto the Durban art scene with so much swaggy style that kids were like, YO WTF! She's won Interpret Durban, she's won
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