Back From Vac

Written by Annet George Getting back into work mode after a long summer vacation is often challenging, especially if you’ve got those dreaded 8 a.m. lectures. Most people suffer from …

A Mellifluous Journey

By Arin Barry The Zip Zap circus has teamed up with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra to take you on a mesmerising journey through time and space.  The show is …

TRAILBLAZER: “Why Nut”

By Nyasha Mawungwe Previously published in the 2017 print edition 6.  “Why Nut” is an initiative that began in Mid January 2017 with an ultimate goal of encouraging healthy eating …

AFROWS: WORDS OF SUBVERSION

“AFROWS: WORDS OF SUBVERSION” ANTHOLOGY Five black writers confront endemic sexual violence, racism, homophobia and more in a provocative collection of protest poetry and prose. Written by Safiyya Karim and …

Disagree to Diss Degree

Saara Mowlana Ah, the age old debate of my degree is harder than your degree that exists between students, faculties and courses has probably put more strain on individuals, relationships, …

Halloween 101

By Ntombi Khulu That time of the year has come again – the ghoul-themed parties and the spooky films make their annual appearance in October for the much anticipated Halloween …

Jammie shuttle shenanigans

By Jessie Leverzencie We have all taken a Jammie at some point or other, whether to get to and from campus in the mornings and afternoons; or to escape from …

Speaking in Many Tongues

By Ni’ckma Solomon No matter how proficient you consider yourself to be, it’s worth learning another language for the following reasons that people rarely consider: Humour There is a world beyond …