The too-many-people myth | by Ian Angus and Simon Butler

The too-many-people myth | by Ian Angus and Simon Butler

As the number of humans on the planet reaches 7 billion, Ian Angus and Simon Butler, authors of Too Many People? Population, Immigration, and the Environmental Crisis, look at the persistent idea that overpopulation is the major cause of environmental destruction. The...

Listening to Miles in New Brighton | by Nkosinathi Jikeka

Growing up in New Brighton meant becoming passionate about music regardless of style, whether it be jazz, soul, dance or whatever. We in the Eastern Cape have a proud history in music, politics, arts, culture, and sports. Add fashion, good times and just plain old...

Can Hip Hop change the world?

Can hip hop change the world? Exploring the resistive potential of hip hop in the context of globalisation Reviewer: Eitan Prince Fernandes, S. Close To The Edge: In Search of the Global Hip Hop Generation. London: Verso Books. 2011. Basu, D. and Lemelle, S.J. The...