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Haunted Passages: Inside Johannesburg's Number Four Prison

What do we do with our collective histories of violence?

In this photo-essay, I descend into the bowels of Johannesburg’s notorious Number Four prison, and reflect on on how we remember, what we work to forget, and whether we are willing to be haunted by those histories that are not really past. 581 more words


Waiting next to a stranger

My entry for the South African Taxi Foundation Art Award 2015.


It is without my direct intent that most of my works tend to explore the nature of relationships between people of different colour and/or backgrounds and cultures. 189 more words


Lemon Blueberry Cake

January and February is a month of birthdays, anniversaries and other general celebrations. This mean’s one thing, festive cake is pretty much in order every week for atleast the first two months of the year. 712 more words


Sashin's first encounter at Acrobranch

As you may have read, Sashin is 3 going on 10.  He is willing to give everything a try at least once, even though he has his little fears here and there. 211 more words


Portrait - South Africa Squash Woman No.1 Siyoli Waters and brother Luvuyiso Lusaseni Lions Rugby Union

Portrait – South Africa’s Woman Rank No. 1 Siyoli Waters and brother Luvuyiso Lusaseni Lions Rugby Union

South Africa’s women squash champion Siyoli Waters and her younger brother Luvuyiso Lusaseni, professional rugby player with the Lions Rugby Union in Johannesburg. 53 more words

Jay Caboz

Father Coffee - Worth the visit

Driving through Johannesburg central, your first thought would be that this is a chaotic traffic nightmare, a noisy place and it may even be somewhat scary given its reputation. 657 more words


Col'Cacchio World Wear Centre

Hello Wednesday, dinner for two please. Tonight Col’Cacchio was the restaurant of choice for dinner and as always the food quality was nothing short of perfect. 178 more words