I would like everyone ta pack their braai stands away / cuz i got a heritage day special 2 four (24th) the price of any given month exSeptember / You ever seen a Zulu(meaning sky in English) in da skies(disguise) as much as ShAKA had an aka? / A double-edged Umkhonto weSizwe javelin thrown […]
Freedom: what public act is it if you an activist dont act with fists./ I remember ’94 like it was the night before we was gon see you all standing in a line to vote for polls. / They legalized da ganja so for mandela i rolled i hlahla(Rolihlahla) (“hlahla” being trees/weed) apart from hate […]
In the blazing heat of a South African summer a motley band of artists, students, and sympathizers went into the streets and alleys of cities across South Africa – Johannesburg, Cape Town, Soweto, Soshanguwe – and painted the orange, three-circled Magents logo on bridges, walls, rocks, in underpasses, in stations, in sports stadiums. And that’s where they left it. Three orange circles with no explanation generated a great deal of mystery. They went back every three months and added the other elements of the logo & three men and the letter “G”. Then in 1999-2003 they began to place the product -a line of men’s and women’s apparel in independent retailers. Launches of the brand followed in 2005 in France, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Japan, Canada, Vietnam and more recently in the United States.