It is always interesting seeing your country through somebody else’s eyes. In particular Soweto, “Kaslam” when represented in a way that I am blind to, simply because since I live here and have become ‘used’ to its familiarity.
The cool people at Nike Sportswear and The FADER have done just that. This is a documentary series covering the music, art and culture of South Africa in 2010.
The second episode of their documentary series covering the music, art and culture of South Africa in 2010.
This episode features the residents of Rustenburg, South Africa, as they host English and American football fans on June 12, 2010.
Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Mandla Masango gives a tour of the new Football Training Centre in Soweto, including its (RED) clinic where players and visitors can get HIV and health screenings at no cost.
Youth Day at the Football Training Centre in Soweto, South Africa. In addition to workshops and HIV-awareness sessions during the day, a concert took place on the rooftop that night. DJ Cleo opened the show with a set of SA house jams followed by performances from Tumi and The Volume, Spoek Mathambo, and Seun Kuti & Egypt 80.
Several more cuts of the live performances.
Zothani Vilakazi and Mlungisi Gamede started Street Pop two years ago in the streets of Soweto.
South African rock band BLK JKS returned home to represent their home country on June 11th.
At the coast with DJ Soxx and DJ Cndo for Durban’s Finest house.
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Via The FADER