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by Hugh Upsher / 17.04.2015 / Social media commentators have joined the national debate about colonial statues and there place in the new South Africa. Hugh Upsher transcribes the most cringe-worthy, ignorant and outright racist…
by Meghan Daniels / 17.04.2015 / She holds her body with grace and confidence and wears high-top leather Tomys that fit her calves with sass. “Look at me. I aint skinny. You see these thick thighs? They’re mine and I love them.” A lesson on self-love from Oyama Botha a.k.a Miss Curvy…
by Samora Chapman & Robyn Perros / 15.04.2015 / It’s 3pm in the afternoon, Tuesday 14 April, Durban city. Foreigners have gathered on Point (Mahatma Gandhi) Road, and are ready to fight for their lives. About 200 people are in the street: Nigerians, Congolese, Burundians, Tanzanians, Zimbabweans, Malawians, Zambians, Mozambicans. They are standing together, waiting for the gangs that have been sweeping the city in the latest xenophobic attacks.
14.04.2015 / An assortment of graffiti writers (that know him best) introduce GIFT – leader and innovator of that colourful revolution spreading through your gully like a fire on the run…
by Ryan Janssens / 13.04.2015 / Ask just about any skater around Durban and chances are they will have a story about Grass Bowl. It was a home away from home for many young surfers and skaters and spawned a tight crew of creatives. This is a tribute to the legendary ‘peanut’ pool…
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SMALL STEPS TO CHANGE

by Robyn Perros / 10.04.2015
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DIGITAL OVERDOSE

by Karl Kemp / Images by Alice Inggs / 08.04.2015
"They kick off with the smash-hit, the colour palette, and god damn if they don’t catch the last winding red slash of sunset over the city just as the song
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AMAPONDO

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Although the cow is holy in some cultures, it is predominantly a creature whose flesh we eat, whose skin we wear and whose bones we boil down to make glue.
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by Robyn Perros / Images by Samora Chapman / 02.04.2015
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10 ACTIVISTS LEADING THE WAY

01.04.2015
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MAHALA MIXTAPE

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“We monitor many frequencies. We listen always. Came a voice, out of the babel of tongues, speaking to us. It played us a mighty dub.” – Neuromancer
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BOMBING LESOTHO: A TRAVEL GUIDE

by Craig Maxwell Webster / 30.03.2015
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AL POSTMAN

by Tseliso Monaheng / 27.03.2015
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JOLLING ABOVE THE CLOUDS

by Samora Chapman / 26.03.2015
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AN UNEXPECTED VISIT HOME

by Nwabisa Ngumbela / 25.03.2015
It was through a series of unfortunate circumstances that I found myself back home in Kwazulu, a remote village in the Eastern Cape. When I left over ten years ago,
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