The xeNOphobia march on 24 April in Grahamstown began outside the Rhodes University Administration building, where people gathered to protest against the violence being inflicted on foreigners in South Africa. (more…)
A group of pupils from Kuyasa Special Needs School and staff at Van Schaik book store got an early start on World Book Day, Thursday 23 April. (more…)
The roads are ribbons of red lights and revving engines. There is the frenzied hurry of thousands of fans as they descend on the city. Clusters of families, friends and faithful groupies filter into the stadium. The air is electric and the stage comes to life. Drums, screams and songs fill the arena. This is somebody’s dream-come-true, and a photo opportunity for everyone else. The music fills the night sky and the stars compete with the crowds. With a final flash of cameras and fireworks, it is suddenly over. The magic turns to mayhem as the stadium empties and thousands of fans stumble out. They search for family members and friends and faces in the crowd; calling out names and following figures.
01.04.2015: Cape Town, One Direction at Newlands Stadium (more…)
The rolling blackouts and conversations about inequaity continue to characterise the South African landscape… so I did a little comic to comment on the current affairs.
It’s some light humour for a gloomy situation. (more…)
Rats on pedestals. A fish in a sheep’s mouth. A wall dressed in wire. A polished pig mounting another polished pig. It’s not absurdity. It’s art and animals and Slow Violence.