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.
Robyn Perros / 10.04.2015 "Today, we’re not in Topsy-Turvy Land or The Land of Spells, no Enid Blyton, we’re in Meryl's land and it’s a place where life is sacred, change is possible and
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
Robyn Perros / Images by Samora Chapman / 02.04.2015 An impromptu photo shoot in the park with Noxolo and Nongcebo, some of the brightest young women in town...
Craig Maxwell Webster / 30.03.2015 Forget the Alps... here's a longboarder maverick's guide to Lesotho, aka The Mountain Kingdom, where 20+ world class passes lie dormant. More speed, more corners and tar as smooth as
Tseliso Monaheng / 27.03.2015 Al Postman is a natural-born entertainer. He fine tuned his craft by “doing numerous events for a quarter-chicken and chips... and spending four months in a Japanese rainforest!" He always
Samora Chapman / 26.03.2015 Pastel will be remembered as one of the founders of Durban street art. He was a brother. A friend. A son. A lover. And there is a big gaping hole