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The white buildings of Bocagrande shine behind us in the bright morning sun, stacked like Jenga towers rising into...

Cambodia – a history of violence

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This short story was written during a creative writing class held by the Institute for the Study of English in Africa at...

VIDEO: #ZumaMustFall protest march, Beyers Naude Bridge

On 7 April 2017, thousands of South Africans took to the streets in protest over the corruption of Jacob...

Tips for surviving Donington’s Download Festival

Ah, Download – that festival where people from around the world come together on the undulating grounds of Donington...
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Something good is brewing in Sabie …

South Africa’s craft revolution finally came to the Kruger Lowveld when Sabie Brewing Company opened its doors on 28 November 2014, an establishment that has since become a main attraction in the mountainous mining town. Sabie is located in the centre of the popular Panorama Route, a winding road that…

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Reconstructing the ale of ancient Egypt

It was amid the ruined Workmen’s Village of Amarna, built by Pharaoh Akhenaten in 1350BC and destroyed by Tutankhamun 17 years later, that Barry Kemp of Cambridge University discovered clues revealing how beer was brewed in ancient Egypt. This discovery ultimately gave modern brewers the means to replicate recipes of…

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Tips for surviving Donington’s Download Festival

Ah, Download – that festival where people from around the world come together on the undulating grounds of Donington Park, forgetting any political, cultural or personal differences they may have to celebrate the glorious tenets of metal as one. Download 2013 marked my first international metal festival, and damn did…

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