I have an unhealthy relationship with newspapers. I distrust the politics of the mechanism underpinning their operation. But then again, I want my shit to be read by people spanning a wide range of the social spectrum.Read more "#Newspapers | The Future Of South African Rap For Sunday Times"
At some point while gingerly walking on my writerly path, a thought occured to me. Initially it came, as most ideas do, in the form of a joke. I thought to myself: ‘Wouldn’t it be funny (READ: dope) if I were to publish short story, or a novel, in Sesotho?’.Read more "My Short Story’s Been Selected For A Sesotho Anthology"
A brother of mine, Igy Mokone, put me onto this Top Billing gig that required a photographer about a week or so back. They were paying, he added, and wondered whether I’d be down to do it. Of course I was keen, no question!Read more "#Fotografi | I Had A Shoot With My Childhood Crush + Appeared On Top Billing"
I take pictures. I do it for fun. But in a city where you’re always expected to wear an invisible badge for social acceptance to occur, it’s assumed that I’m a ‘photographer’.Read more "So, What Are You Gonna Do With The Picture?"
This image, which we made with the brother Tumi in 2014 following a gig in Melville, has travelled. Glad to see the homeslice afford it such value. He’s used it on his new website, which you should check out and tell your friends about. Peace!Read more "#Fotografi | Tumi Mogorosi’s New Website"
This is Craftmen’s Ship, the latest addition to the Maboneng Precinct’s innercity expansion project. It’s currently under development; a project due for completion in under a month. Two years ago, the land on which this building now sits was occupied by a couple of Tanzanian homies who manufactured furniture and fixed vehicles. One day, a […]Read more "This Ship Is Built On Blood…"
It means that you won’t get first preference for anything. It means that publicists won’t reach out to you when the clients they represent have an offering. It means that you’ll always be questioned — by video directors on set; by PR people who can’t tell the difference between good and bad reportage; by everyone, […]Read more "To Be An Unknown Writer Of Little Significance…"