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WRITE WORDS: Media relations officer Ivy Chiu was a journalist intern on a Taiwanese newspaper before joining the Logos Hope as a volunteer

Nations united on ship of hope

A former Spur restaurant manager, Durban’s Seelan Govender, is now the director of the ship and sails the world with…

JUNGLE GYM: Children walk over a mound of gravel towards their shack at the Stoney Drift dumpsite, 
which is where Xolisani ‘Nomeva’ Ndongeni, foreground, says he first learnt to use his fists fighting for the best scraps PICTURES: ALAN EASON/ MARK ANDREWS

From dumpsite champ to world boxing king

A group of boys around the age of nine scavenge through piles of refuse at the Amalinda dumpsite until one…

IN PERFECT HARMONY: The Hudson Park High School concert band strike up a tune Pictures: STEPHANIE LLOYD

Musical talent unearthed

The annual Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod gives talented youngsters in East London the opportunity to showcase their musical skills.

ZAKES MDA

Mda’s stories force way out

“If I don’t write I will run mad,” he declares. “It would serve no good purpose for me to stop…

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EL-born actor makes TV debut on ‘The Alliance’

East London-born playwright, actor and director Mbasa Tsetsana made his television debut as a professional actor on the e.tv miniseries…

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Musos welcome 90% local boost

Local musicians are hopeful that the SABC’s 90% local content policy will bring about change in the industry.

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Tips on how to do the Grahamstown Arts Festival

It’s one of the country’s biggest bucket-list cultural and social celebrations‚ but arriving without a plan has couch-surfing consequences.

SUNDA MYATAZA

Sunda lands Glastonbury gig in UK

Xhosa musician Sunda has returned from the UK with a brand new EP titled Umlonjikazi and an invitation to perform…

WRITE WORDS: Media relations officer Ivy Chiu was a journalist intern on a Taiwanese newspaper before joining the Logos Hope as a volunteer

Nations united on ship of hope

A former Spur restaurant manager, Durban’s Seelan Govender, is now the director of the ship and sails the world with…

JUNGLE GYM: Children walk over a mound of gravel towards their shack at the Stoney Drift dumpsite, 
which is where Xolisani ‘Nomeva’ Ndongeni, foreground, says he first learnt to use his fists fighting for the best scraps PICTURES: ALAN EASON/ MARK ANDREWS

From dumpsite champ to world boxing king

A group of boys around the age of nine scavenge through piles of refuse at the Amalinda dumpsite until one…

IN PERFECT HARMONY: The Hudson Park High School concert band strike up a tune Pictures: STEPHANIE LLOYD

Musical talent unearthed

The annual Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod gives talented youngsters in East London the opportunity to showcase their musical skills.

ZAKES MDA

Mda’s stories force way out

“If I don’t write I will run mad,” he declares. “It would serve no good purpose for me to stop…

160519MBASA.fijpg

EL-born actor makes TV debut on ‘The Alliance’

East London-born playwright, actor and director Mbasa Tsetsana made his television debut as a professional actor on the e.tv miniseries…

radio

Musos welcome 90% local boost

Local musicians are hopeful that the SABC’s 90% local content policy will bring about change in the industry.

Street_vendors_National_Arts_Festival_Grahamstown_pic_by_Bazil_Raubach_large

Tips on how to do the Grahamstown Arts Festival

It’s one of the country’s biggest bucket-list cultural and social celebrations‚ but arriving without a plan has couch-surfing consequences.

SUNDA MYATAZA

Sunda lands Glastonbury gig in UK

Xhosa musician Sunda has returned from the UK with a brand new EP titled Umlonjikazi and an invitation to perform…


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