First published by Live magazine 15 April 2016 By: Elzane Campher and Tatum-Lee Louw Besides Jimmy Nevis, Isaac Mutant (Dookoom), HemelBessem, Youngsta, Patty Monroe, and a few others, not many coloured artists are known nationally. But this doesn’t mean there aren’t any great coloured artists. Here are a few that you should stop sleeping on. … More 6 COLOURED MUSICIANS YOU SHOULD STOP SLEEPING ON
By: Tatum-lee Louw – 11 April 2016 First Published by Live Magazine Totally in his comfort zone at the UCT Radio office, Mark Fitzgibbon reclines in his chair and humorously explains how busy and chaotic most of his days are. He’s currently juggling his postgraduate science degree, with being a radio personality and a Youtube … More MARK FITZGIBBON IS A VLOGGER WHO’S ADDING ”CAPE HUMOUR TO YOUTUBE
By: Tatum-Lee Louw First published by Live Magazine SA 15 May 2015 Forgive yourself After the initial shock wears off, it’s vital you forgive yourself for making an absolute fool of yourself. Yes, you read the signals wrong, perhaps you were just vulnerable or Cupid decided to play an April Fools joke on you. But, … More The friend zone survival kit
By: Tatum-Lee Louw Fist published by Live Magazine SA. Cape Town-based writer, photographer and filmmaker Lidudumalingani Mqombothi is one of five writers shortlisted for the Caine Prize for African Writing 2016 for his short story, ‘Memories we lost’. Here, he shares five books that shaped him as a writer. But not before adding a disclaimer: … More SOUTH AFRICAN WRITER SHORTLISTED FOR A CAINE PRIZE ON HIS 6 MOST IMPORTANT BOOKS.
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