#Sesethu: 3 things we’ve learned from the trending topic.

by: Carlos Ncube "If Children are the kings and queens of tomorrow, where is the kingdom they will inherit?" These are just a few observations I have made while following the #Sesethu and #Natasha that surfaced late in the day on 23 March 2017. To some this may be trivial, but the behavior of people … Continue reading #Sesethu: 3 things we’ve learned from the trending topic.

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It’s Just a Plant! With The Magic of a Burning Bush When It’s Set Alight.

By - Athenkosi Guntu They mention Moses speaking to a burning bush in the Bible. (look for the verse). It probably was God, but they don’t specify. In my opinion, he was SMOKING a bush. Then had conversations with God. But, the Bible hides that from us. Why? Your guess is as good as mine. … Continue reading It’s Just a Plant! With The Magic of a Burning Bush When It’s Set Alight.

Intellectual Pantsula uses pop-up culture to take pantsula dancing to the next level.

- By NoLIFE I never thought I would have to be standing outside a jazz restaurant to witness South Africa’s heritage manifest; dressed in red All-stars, red Dikies, white t-shirts, and the classic Spoti (or bucket hat if you wish) moving in a single file formation, carrying a usb speaker with bass so loud it … Continue reading Intellectual Pantsula uses pop-up culture to take pantsula dancing to the next level.

Journalist between reaction and conversation.

Lesson I learned this week: The power of the skuftin made by thine mother can scatter memories through time and space. Skuftin made by thine own hand is just Skuftin. This week I pitched my first story; An opinion piece of the decline of lyricism in Hip Hop. It was quickly challenged and its relevance … Continue reading Journalist between reaction and conversation.