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Win Double Tickets To Roots Rock Reggae

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WIN WITH KAFFEIN MAGAZINE!

 Akum Agency & Roots Rock Reggae collective presents the Roots Rock Reggae street party taking place on the 25th of May Kospotong Braamfontein .
 
To stand a chance to win 1 of 3 sets of tickets to this one of a kind experience:
 
1. Simply share this link on your Facebook timeline.
 
2. And Invite a friend to the event. That’s it!
 
Some artists to look out for are:
 
reggae and dub artists Kingfisha ( Australia), GranMah (Mozambique) as well as South Africa’s finest bands: Malcolm Jiyane ft Stop Noncents & Sfiso from The Muffinz Music and lots more.
 

click the link here for more information on the event. Fire!

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The Honey Showcase – Live for one day only

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The enduring township tale of Honey and Gavini continues and is a lot closer than you can imagine. Created by Rendani Nemakhavhani and Kgomotso Tleane; the Honey Teams up with J&B Hive Johannesburg  to bring the romance to life with a showcase at the J&B Hive Johannesburg located at 62 Juta str. Braamfontein (above the Stevenson Gallery, floor 5) on the 5th of May 2016.  Be there at 18:30 and watch the story unfold right in front of you! – One day only!13151673_10206483027053732_5188117996568280987_n13173683_10206488086780222_6761507959319890634_n

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#FBGO Letter From The Editor

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Hi There

I am Lethabo Ngakane, Editor in Chief of Kaffein Magazine. Yesterday I allowed an article titled “For Black Girls Only – Unity In Segregation?”  to be published on our website. The article interrogated certain elements of #FBGO , mainly arguing/questioning whether their approach to tackling the matter of gender inequality and race is appropriate in the sociopolitical climate we’re currently facing in South Africa.

 

Some of you have voiced a dislike/disagreement with parts of the article and some of you the entire article; of which you are within your right to do. So in considering all opinions at play, it’s become very important for me to take this opportunity to clearly define what Kaffein Magazine is all about, our vision and brand values.

 

Kaffein Magazine is a publication that documents South Africa’s creative youth. We pride ourselves in scouring the earth for emerging talent and being among the first to share their stories in the most effective, honest and intimate conversational ways.

 

Our vision is:

  • To be the most reliable source that publishes stories about South Africa’s creative youth.
  • To bring awareness to social issues that affect the youth through art and our content.

 

One of our strongest values is honesty; reporting honestly and without bias. We not only have our readers best interests at heart but also our writers. With that said, the article reflected someone’s personal truth (her story, her journey, her opinion), which may or may not be the case for others. Kaffein Magazine is a platform that creates a space to critically engage and spark dialogue where all can express themselves freely.

 

Publishing the article was not with the intention to offend anyone but rather to share someone’s story. People are different and have different perceptions and views and that’s what creates dialogue, that’s what challenges our thoughts, that’s what teaches and that’s what creates diverse art forms for a diverse youth. We know that some are deeply offended and that some are grateful for the article and we appreciate all the feedback received thus far.

 

Knowing that some of you were insulted or upset by the views expressed by the Writer, we invite you to please continue to share your thoughts with us by commenting on the article or you too can email me personally at lethabo@kaffeinmagazine.co.za if you would like to counter the opinion piece with one of your own articles. I will review and publish it to ensure that our readers get a balanced point of view.

 

We pride ourselves in our values and the work we put forward and we thank you for your time and your support. Please do not let one article deter you from enjoying other content we have and will continue to publish.

 

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