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September, 2014

  • 30 September

    Dirty Hands, Clean Hearts. Greenpop 2014

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    Christina Schild It takes a special kind of event to lure me away from my sleepy seaside home, to endure a six hour drive with an oversharing stranger, to sleeping in a car in a parking lot despite paying for camping and to be surrounded by hundreds of people.  That …

  • 29 September

    Unathi Msengana to perform In Grahamstown

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    Words: Christina Schild Outside of the National Arts festival time, there is not often an event that Grahamstown can boast about hosting, yet this is set to change with Unathi Msengana’s Benefit Concert to be held Friday 3 October at the Settlers Monument. As Rhodes University alumnus, Unathi is better …

  • 24 September

    Boat Race Gallery*

    Das Kapital was far too excited about "his set". Note suspicious hat position.

    *Boats not included. Photos by Jono Ferreira/Lexar Words by Sebastian Burger The jols were real at boat race  this year with both The Lounge and Barmuda bringing the gees. Drinks were drunk, innocence was lost, Phfat was amazing, and the Willows campsite is probably never allowing students back on the premises. There was …

  • 4 September

    SETHU’S SWANSONG

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    Words by Nicholas McGregor Photo by Sarah Ward It was a beautiful Eastern Cape afternoon Saturday at the Graeme College versus Muir College first team rugby game. I sat down on the grassy slope facing the field and got comfortable. I pulled out my box of cigarettes and I was …

August, 2014

  • 29 August

    RHODES AND THE GREAT WAR

    A 5.4 inch Howitzer and Crew in East Africa during WWI - Photo Courtesy of South African Defence force

    By Makomborero Muzenda Photo Courtesy of  the SADF In the global arena of world domination where politicians decide the fate of millions far removed from the horrors of war; it is sadly the young who are called to take up arms and fight for their country.  Nothing illustrates this unfortunate reality …