Words: Zeus Feni| Photography: Sarah Keogh| Assistant: Jade | Editor: Elethu Papu
A few years ago I developed a strong appreciation for fitness and it has been growing year on year ever since. It began when a good friend of mine, Sisanda, invited me to this intense gym, 360, and after a brutal session, the euphoria I felt thereafter was indescribable.
Written: Zeus Feni | Filmed: Brian Charlie|Prouder: Sisanda Mgedezi
The more I interview GOATS, the more I get inspired and start finding nuances and common threads that all successful people have, but like a good fake scientist, I can not conclude my research yet. One thing, however, that has stood out in this interview, in particular, is being versatile.
Words: Zeus Feni |Producer: Sisanda Mgedezi | Filmed by Aubrey Ndiweni
The one thing I appreciate from the homies I grew up with, is seeing all the shit we talk about (our dreams being a big part of it) come to fruition. One of those homies is my boy AP or as he is known on television and my basically everyone Aphiwe Mkefe.
Written: Zeus Feni| Filmed by Thando Ntsabiso| Produced: Sisanda Mgedezi |Video Editor: Nastmalust Social |Editor: SJ Stevens
Hayden Manuel is one of the few rare breeds of Kaapthentic street style, street culture and an intense collector of sneakers with a bag of taste. Like the few who do blossom in Cape Town, he unintentionally put his city on the map, added more clout to the previously underlooked culture of the city. Now the city is no longer a novice but is now recognised as one of the hubs of South Africa for street/sneaker culture. This man now heads up the SportStyle division of Puma South Africa, when he’s not travelling for new kicks to add to his collection, Hayden is probably coming up with creative solutions to counter business problems through design and creativity.
Words: Zeus Feni | Videography: Thando Nstabiso | Stills: Brian Charlie
Coffee is just coffee, right? Wrong! Had a chat with South African Barista champion @Winston_Douglas as he shared insights right before he jets off to NYC for the Black Coffee event where he will be engaged in dialogue about race and coffee culture.
This week I sat down with Abongwe Qokela – polymath, content creator and social media enthusiast.
She works for Superbalist – one of the fastest growing online stores in South Africa and she shares four nuggets of content creation wisdom with us.
Afrocentrism is a cultural ideology or worldview that focuses on the history of black Africans. It is a response to global Eurocentric/Orientalist attitudes about African people and their historical contributions. Meet the Afrocentric gentlemen @menzi_xonx
If there is one person in the creative industry who is persistent and puts in the work, it is definitely the village boy in search of gold. Who’s that? Anesu Chogugudza, his a model, style influencer and Markham brand ambassador.
The excitement was through the roof for BlackFriday that took place this past weekend, retailers reducing their prices by 25 – 30 % off, which I thought was totally nothing new and trash. I was expecting dirt cheap prices in all retailers, nevertheless, while everyone was out shopping, I had a chat over tea cup cocktails with an old friendCher McQueen Dreyer at Orphanage Cocktail Emporium