Celebrating A Youth On The Rise

Every year, in the dry white season of Johannesburg’s winter, we gaze back into the seismic events of 1976, 16 of June, a nostalgic moment that changed the face of history, as we know it. The most dramatic display of bravery and patriotism by the South African YOUTH. The seeds, which gave rise to the fruits and the sacrifices of the th...

By Joburg Post 4 days ago

Small Talk With Perris: House Of Perris

Perris Nkomo, a Fashion Designer by vocation but naturally, a lover of all things creative. Zambian born, a Zimbabwean national and educated in France. Is a self taught Fashion Designer with a degree in Visual Communication and Design from Ecole D'art Maryse Eloy in Paris. She juggles being a mom and an Entrepreneur, "two of the busies...

By Joburg Post about 1 month ago

Grooming Future Black F1 Champions

In the black community, we have heard talks of soccer teams and netball teams, rarely have we heard our peers speak about being part of a cricket team, moreover, an F1 racing or karting team. Elijah Mpho Gumbi redefined the odds by bringing the opportunity for young black F1 drivers to be groomed and trained. Squadra corse is the house...

By Katekani Shivambu 2 months ago

My Joburg Special: Tshepo Howza Mosese

What is your favourite hangout spot in Joburg and Why? I’m a big fan of Maboneng downtown. It’s a light and less formal spot to hang out with friends particularly at restaurants like Pata Pata. It reminds me of how Melville used to be back in the  late 90s. It’s also safer than most other areas in Jozi with police constantly patrolling...

By Joburg Post 2 months ago

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