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Tshepo Gumbi, Re-imagining Sharpeville.
Re-Imagining Sharpeville is a visual investigation of contemporary Sharpeville. Seeking to explore themes and subjects that are overshadowed by historic Sharpeville, Re-Imagining Sharpeville examines the “township” with a fresh vibrancy and creativity, without losing the integrity of its historical significance. read more
In Studio: V.Underground & Earl W. Green
Known for his vocals on VaalSow's hit track “Hade Mabebeza”, Earl W. Green is no stranger to the house music scene who has just released his debut album on which he explores numerous sub-genres of deep house. read more
Making clothes from scratch with: Happy Noko
I believe in myself and my designs. I take baby steps and avoid rushing in decision making. read more
What happened to our favourite band, Ntjapedi?
A band can be a lot like a romantic relationship. People meet, sparks fly and, hopefully, magic is made. read more
Street Food: The Kota Story.
Kota, Skhambani or Sphatlo is a sandwich popular in the South African townships. read more
Re-branding Sharpeville: Romeo Malepe
Products and people are brands! Why can't the same be true for a historical township like Sharpeville? Romeo realised the value of creating a brand image for Sharpeville to attract businesses, residents, and tourists. Malepe has even moved on to overhauling its newly existing brand to help stimulate growth and investment. read more
Djing in a testosterone driven field: Dj Pearl
Even though there’s a fair amount of South African women Djs spinning regularly at local gigs, they are still underrepresented in mainstream media and online. read more