Happy Youth Day South Africa – June 16. On this day let us remember and never forget the fight for quality education 40 years ago, that still reigns today… Let this be a reminder to keep the right fight and belief for Azania. Let’s educate, empower ourselves and prosper. #1976June16th #June16th
A trio collective from Soweto, portraying South Africa as they see it.
On the eve of one of the most important weeks in our history, a time that would forever shape the voice of youth in South Africa as brave, creative and imaginative. Let us celebrate the spirit of that voice! Today South Africa continues to be shaped by young creative minds.
The sun was out in its glory, the skies were blue, drinks were cold, the meat sizzled on the coal, beautiful people came through and we welcomed spring with the sounds that made #KasieDope a session to be remembered. We … Continue reading →
You’ve got Friday to figure out, but Saturday and Sunday are too good to be anywhere else than in the great township. So Saturday 6th November 2010 it is Redbull Kasi Crawl, In true, pan-African style, Kasi Crawl brings you … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
The Vuma Series, has just reminded me of the wealth of talent that we have in Kwaito as music and a culture in South African – I thoroughly enjoyed this series and would not mind having it for keeps, maybe … Continue reading →