Foodzone is an eatery situated in Lakeview, Soweto, right next to the Rea Vaya bus station
Since the early days of photographic image-making, the camera has been referred to as a “mirror
A few days ago, when the story of the “fake interpreter” broke in the South African
June 16 is a national holiday in South Africa – Youth Day, commemorating the June 16,
In a recent episode of his CNN “Parts Unknown,” the American chef and writer Anthony Bourdain
German singer-songwriter Joy Denalane (born to a South African father who’s a cousin of Hugh Masekela)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhyqJb0VZtQ What better way to start the week than with some a cappella soul courtesy of
Talking about running: some ad people can make any city look good.
Journalist/photographer Chris Parkinson, who lives in Johannesburg, has shot this short film about car spinning in
[vimeo=http://vimeo.com/24394476 w=580&h=324] The new music video for “Drip Dry” by the Johannesburg hipsters Dirty Paraffin. The
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0mB59n0zBA&w=500&h=301&rel=0] Oakland, California rap group The Hieroglyphics and Goapele singing about some kind of Soweto circa
On Saturday, 26 March at the Swedish CinemAfrica Festival the film directors Teddy Goitom and Benjamin
Security Guard, World Cup, 2010, Soweto, South Africa.
[slideshow] Like many others, US photographer Krisanne Johnson headed to South Africa earlier this month but,
[slideshow] I’ve blogged before (at my old blog address) about the Johannesburg fashion movement, The Smarteez.
Last Saturday, a rugby playoff match in South Africa was switched from the white suburbs of
“We Want What’s Ours,” a documentary film in progress on the complications of land reform in
The New York Times does some real reporting for a change in a story (last week)
We’ll have to see the film first before judging it (its main focus is the angst