Sunday 15th of December 2019

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Easter Weekend: Sex, Church & Goats

Easter Weekend: Sex, Church & Goats

For the whole duration of the Easter proceedings, I did not really participate much in church activities. I remember spending 90% of that time playing and loitering around and making new friends from the places we were visiting.

King Tha’s Fetish

King Tha’s Fetish

Why FETISH as the theme? “Because it denotes an obsession and it evokes another part of our psyche, a part that is, in fact, very creative,” she explains.

On Washing Your Man’s Underwear

On Washing Your Man’s Underwear

But the truth is there are ladies who really don’t mind ensuring that their man’s underwear was clean by doing the job themselves, hand or machine wash. Maybe the idea is that they can do a much better job than a man in the art of washing the undies.

Mama Sobukwe Honoured

Mama Sobukwe Honoured

Mama Sobukwe was a sage who did not become part of the struggle for selfish benefits and personal aggrandizement, but for the genuine cause of freedom of Azania. She outstood the test of time, outshone all her adversaries and outlived many of her contemporaries. For this reason, VUT will always remember and honour the resilient and indomitable “Mother of Azania”, as she was affectionately known.

Msaki At HARD ROCK

Msaki At HARD ROCK

Msaki brings with her, her music genius. She is also a curator of music and art events focused on alternative black artists. She is signed to her own label Oneshushuday Artistry through which she released her EP Nalithemba in 2013 and SAMA nominated debut album Zaneliza in 2016.

The Dualism of African Storytelling in Theatre

The Dualism of African Storytelling in Theatre

Iwalewahaus is a space for the production and presentation of contemporary art. The institution hosts exhibitions and academic research, it also archives recent developments in contemporary African and Diaspora cultures, which are presented and refined together with artists and institutions.