Do you remember the beginning of September when you were in primary school? It was always a festive occasion! We dressed up in colour clothes (looking back, I’m pretty happy that we called it “American Day” rather than that stupid other phrase “Civvies Day” but let’s not get into that…) and there was a little […]Read more "Let’s Play some Jozi Bingo with KLM"
“Welcome to the Penh my friend, big city in the kingdom of wonder, where all the streets are numbered and when it rains it thunders, them smiles stay infectious, chaps asleep in their cyclos or pushing a Lexus.” – Gobshite and Prolyfik At the corner of 232 and 111 and around the corner from Town […]Read more "Jozi Sunset: The Parktonian Hotel"
You look quite tired. Rough weekend? Bru, it was insane! Haha! What you do? Eish! Soweto Choon the story Bru! Okay I will choon you. So you know a few weeks ago I went on a tour at like 9am. Eish, that was hectic. We finished off the night before at around 5 or something […]Read more "Soweto: A Conversation"
I’m not too sure how to construct this blog. I think you should have been to the Puma Social Club already. It’s probably the most fantastic establishment that has graced Jozi in quite a while. Everything about it is pure fantasticness. Located in Braamfontein above the prettiest of restaurants, Narina Trogon, it’s accessed through a […]Read more "Being Hip in Braamfontein: Puma Social Club"
It was the first week back after the December vacation and work was still a desert. A few lost souls still inhabited this barren land of dread and sadness. One of them was a new co-worker that recently moved to Jozi and did not have much leave. For his sins, he was hunched over his […]Read more "10 Things to Do in Jozi this year"
It’s World AIDS Day today. Do you really think it doesn’t affect you? As the educated class, we have been bombarded with so much information concerning HIV and AIDS. We know its history. We know how it’s transmitted. We know the debilitating effects it can cause to anyone that contracts it. We know that it […]Read more "World AIDS Day: Go get TESTED!"
South Africa is really a special country. Even though we are a small (well, more medium sized if you compare it to other countries) nation with a modest population, the country has produced some of the greatest human beings to grace this planet. Many were born here whilst others found the inspiration to change the […]Read more "Instawalk: Gandhi Square and the Mining District"