by Dashen Naicker / Illustration by Nathan Roodt / 24.04.2015 / “I don’t mind being called Muslim, but it’s inaccurate. I am not Muslim. Brown people with beards are sometimes Muslims. But sometimes they’re Christians, Atheists, Hindus or struggling-to-figure-it-all-out like me.” – Dashen Naicker has nothing to hide in his beard or his heart as he interrogates ignorance and representation.
by Robyn Perros / 22.04.2015 / “South Africans have become good at waiting. We’ve waited for houses, school books, running water and jobs for over 20 years. We’ve waited a long time for some sort of transformation and the death of old ideas. We always seem to be waiting. Waiting for something…” Robyn Perros explores life and death from the depths of the anti-xenophobia peace march in Durban.
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?
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
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
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...