Tuesday 7th of July 2020

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Afrophonics – Sello Galane & Tlokwe Sehume

Afrophonics – Sello Galane & Tlokwe Sehume

“My understanding of Jazz in South Africa, why this brand, I found that it makes people look cool. It is seen to be progressive and moving with the times. Even people who know they are not playing Jazz, when they are given the term Jazz, they keep quiet.

Wife Material but Dololo Lobola

Wife Material but Dololo Lobola

Sibekezelela udodi nje. Kumele manje basebenzise i-straw badonse umsobho when they go down on us because muffing is just so old fashion just like lelobola abangafuni ukulikhipha. Umuntu wakhona u-busy uyamncenga kanti inyumba

Nonkululeko Dube - Simphiwe

Nonkululeko Dube - Simphiwe

My intention with this project is to embrace the freedom we obtained 25 years ago by depicting our freedom to express our ideas, opinion and sexualities without fear of discrimination. I was inspired by positive energy Masombuka has towards life and the fact that they are open minded. I knew certainly that collaborating with them would be a rewarding experience.

Covid-19: “Save The Academic Year” & Other White Concerns

Covid-19: “Save The Academic Year” & Other White Concerns

E-learning and Virtual studying is the future - granted! Certainly not now! The inequalities in our society are best demonstrated when one compares the readiness for e-learning at Wits, UP, UCT vs WSU, UniVen, UniZulu or perhaps the readiness of Hoërskool Waterkloof (in Pretoria) and Matailane High School (KwaDlawulale)

State Theatre to Stream Productions Online

State Theatre to Stream Productions Online

“As we navigate the possibilities and opportunities of live recording without audiences, we cannot wait to share with you our envisioned live concerts anchored by seasoned South African artists as well as offerings from Mmapula Setlhako and Hanna Van Tonder. In the same breath, we hope to be able to cover the set works so that we partner with the learners and the Department of Basic Education to bring these to them, in order to mitigate the interrupted learning process.

Liquour Ban A “Necessary Evil”

Liquour Ban A “Necessary Evil”

South Africa is in its fifth week of its “until further notice” National Lockdown. The cheapest cigarette loose draw now costs nothing less than R5, the cheapest bottle of beer is at R40, and you can hunt for a bottle of Russian Bear at a breathtaking R500