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by Sydelle Willow Smith / 01.02.2016 / South African visual storyteller, Sydelle Willow Smith, documents the glam and the sham of one of the oldest (and most snooty) horse racing events in the country – the J&B Met…
by Samora Chapman / 15.12.2015 / Join photo-journalist, Samora Chapman, for a bit of Graf History 101 and a tour through the rich gulleys of Rivertown – a new hub for Durban street art, urban regeneration and visionary thinking…
by Dave Glover and Duncan Park / 11.12.2015 / New psychedelic-folk-blues duo Dave & Duncan have just released their second demo album from the Grahamstown gulleys. It’s about an unfortunate gent named Jimmy and it goes summin’ like this…
07.12.2015 / Meet this year’s Red Bull Amaphiko participants – 16 young social innovators who are rising up through the cracks in Mzansi’s concrete…
by Frank Lunar / 25.11.2015 / “Beware of the teacher who said graffiti is ugly; beware of the parent who said art is not a good career; beware of the priest who said rock ‘n roll is from the devil; beware of the dad who said poetry is not for boys…” A manifesto for the struggling artist (or a love song to creativity) by Frank Lunar…
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TURNING CORNERS

by Mahala Scribes / 24.11.2015
Red Bull Amaphiko is a collaborative platform for young entrepreneurs who are using their big brains, creativity and energy to solve social problems and make a positive change in the
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48 HOUR FILM

by Chris Mason / 23.11.2015
Chris Mason shares the behind-the-scenes script for Cape Town's 48 Hour Film Project. A deadly weekend spent scoring the ultimate cinematography quickie...
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PAINTING WITH THE TIMES

by Morrel Shilenge / 20.11.2015
Esther 'Gogo' Mahlangu is considered an art pioneer. She has exhibited around the world and painted everything from houses, cars, shoes and even skateboard decks in traditional Ndebele geometric prints.
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THE WINDOW

by Robyn Perros / 12.11.2015
Art, in all its marvelous forms, reminds us what we're often forced to forget: that our imagination still exists and we can use it to change reality... Renowned local and
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CIRCULATING KNOWLEDGE | #FEESMUSTFALL

by George Kirkinis / Images by Matthew Wareley / 02.11.2015
"One cannot expect every South African to have been in support of the protests. But what cannot be abided is the attitude of those who have smirked at the marches
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DRAG ME TO BEEFCAKES

by Storm Mudde / Illustration by Kaylin Carollisen / 22.10.2015
"I’ve read reviews and watched Connie and Carla enough times to know what to expect from a place like this but I still feel the anxiety tingle in every ounce
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DARLING, YOU’RE NOT THAT MAINSTREAM

by Scone Malone / Images by Candice Chaplin / 12.10.2015
"A lot of people these days are faffing about Rocking The Daisies... that it should be left to the kids and the jocks. I beg to differ. Firstly, what kind
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NEW FROM ZU

by Tseliso Monaheng / 09.10.2015
This October, Jozi based musical army, Zuko Collective, will be releasing their debut album titled 'Relationtrips'. We hit up ZuCo front-lady, Nozuko Mapoma, for a short 'n sweet chat about
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MELDING WORLDS

by Rob Scher / 06.10.2015
Born and bred in Jozi, Andrew Orkin is an internationally acclaimed composer and film-scorer now living in New York City. Rob Scher catches up with the young South African re-defining
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TOMY EVERY DAY II

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
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