Mwanji, the wonderkid.


Mwanji is a singer, songwriter and content creator who describes herself as a wonderkid who always seeks to find and create something new. This creative on the move has a luring presence that shines through her aesthetic and artistry, here’s a little more about Mwanji the wonderkid.

“I am inspired by the orocess of creation, the thrill in create something new from scratch. I love alternative art so you can always expect something thats not within the norm from me.

I think what sets my music apart is the fact that I dabble with a lot of weird sounds. I’m also influenced by jazz and the 90s sounds, I always try to incorporate that in the music I make.

I’m currently working on my first ever EP titled Neogenesis, which will be coming out very early in 2019, I’m also working on a couple of documentaries and projects with the media house and collective I’m part of called Nomad Society.

I feel like the next step within our music industry should be of artists widening their mindsets, we have a lot of redundency in our industry so we have to encourage people to be open and support new styles and genres.

I’d encourage artists to never let go of their individuality as creatives, your authenticity is beautiful to see and it will be your legacy as an artist. ” -Mwanji



Follow Mwanji on:

Twitter: @WhyMwanji

Instagram: jaeylasoul



The future of hip hop is 22years old, short but certain. Oriiginelle is the name of the artist pushing boundries through music. Here’s what you need to know about this creative on the move.

“I try my best not to box myself into any kind of categories as a creative to be honest. I’d like to think I’m a free thinker and risk taker when it comes to the arts. Why not push boundaries? What’s the point of art if it’s the same and it’s safe?

What inspired me to go into music at a young age is the feeling I got each time good music was being played around me. The creativity behind it all. The layering of various vocals without words which somehow brought out different emotions. It was and still is absolutely mind blowing. Every time I make music, I try my hardest to remember that feeling I had the first time, and pass it onto the next person.

We all have very unique creative processes, I think the most common is the voice noting randomly on the road and being so impressed with yourself, you probably smile all day, haha.
But for me I’d say I’m much more creative when I’m alone because I get to think of the weirdest things and enjoy them, but I also think it’s the fact that I’m female and I tend to keep the guys on their toes with the music. They always look forward to what I have next because it’s always so different.

I’m currently working on about four projects, two joint tapes with Dante Lway (Musician from Swaziland) and two solo projects. I’ve completed one solo and the contribution I’d love for it to make to the culture is just to assure people that it’s really ok to be a creative and not be the typical creative people think you are when it comes to the matters of the heart. I’ve been told numerous times I’m a “savage” without savage traits but merely because I rap and add “scrrrt scrrrt” here and there you know, it’s quite annoying because you find yourself constantly trying to prove your innocence to people who have their minds set.

The other solo project is a combination of societal issues both in South Africa and Swaziland (which could get me arrested but we need to talk about these things as a nation), matters of the heart and free thinking really. I wanted it to be fun but at the same time tackle a few issues we can’t just sweep under the rug just because it’s groove time.

We really need to stop selling whack music and saying it’s dope just because we have a good following. It’s sad that talent doesn’t really mean much anymore. It’s the money and the following that speaks now, not art anymore. Can we create our own sounds and flourish the way we are supposed to. There is so much original talent in the South African music industry, so much versatility that the Western parts should actually bite our products, not the other way around. We have greater originality than most countries will ever have. Why not take advantage.

“My fellow upcoming creatives should remember that, you decided music is your dream so stick to it no matter how difficult it gets, and it will get difficult, no dream is easy to achieve. Step out of your comfort zone and be eager to learn more each day.” – Oriiginelle

Follow Oriiginelle on :

Twitter: @sociiali_awkwrd
Soundcloud: Oriiginelle

Shuka Shuka.



Shuka Shuka is a ceramic art brand that specializes in producing colourful dynamic mulling bowls. A mulling bowl is a product used for holding (edibles) and anything valuable to the user/customer, spices, salt, peri-peri, smarties or sweets, bathing soap even jewellery and much more.

It inspired by the mulling of seeds and it is designed to fit in your palm. Just the way you put it in your palm you can mull in the dish.
What makes this artwork unique and special is how the art work is made for sharing with people, the way you hold it when presenting it or giving it to someone or serving people resembles it’s creation and an act of kindness.

There are different ways of making the decorations, some are painted in 3 different colours and layers which create a unique look.

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Peppery, Peri-Peri & Salt.

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Kitchen Manners.

Photography by Brigid Schutz


Where can one find/purchase the creative product?

Facebook: ShukaShuka
Instagram: shukashukasa
Twitter: ShukaShukaSA
Call: 0790913453
R100.00 each

Turm – Choma (Flexin’) Feat. Slabsta Lyrics.


(Verse 1) Turm

Catch me flexing with my clique
Swenking steez on fleek
Ke dletse di shorts
Style se top, mala a tletse skop
Swenka non-stop
Ntwana ke skimme dinatla
Le di beer di satla
Full house, boy Ke swere mapyatla
Faka sound, baseline ya phyatla
A ka tlela di drama
Le go kama ga ka kama
I’m way too old go zama go charmer
Ke fo tsena molong ka pyjama
Little bro was jamming to this with the reject dance
I look at the mommies I be like “that’s the reactance”
I also see ZAR – navigating Mandela
Czar where you at? Ra ba swenkela


When you see me in the street
When you see me with my chick
When I’m rocking SeFosh
I’m oucthea looking like a boss
When you see me with my chick
When you see me in the street
When you see me in the hood
And you know I’m looking good

(Verse 2) Slabsta

Re tlago swenkela bafana skare tempela
Why o busy o sleep walker o ware welawela
If you step on my shoes ke tlago gatelela
Coz when I step in the scene o tlantebelela
O tlantebelela
If you might think I’m rude call a dokotela
I’m feeling all blue on Monday
Feeling all busy on a Tuesday
Bootylicious on a Wedneday
We phuza till you drop on a Thursday
We pop bottles on a Friday
Then we take it to the crib on a Saturday
Blessings on blessings on a Sunday
Then we do it all again back to Monday

(Verse 3) Turm

Puns and syllables causing monumental collisions
Attainment incapacitating atelophobic conditions
I’m an Adonia – the dawn of demolishing donations
I’m so famished, I’m finna devour the “doe nations”
Ke sekgowa papao
Ra se Loma papao
So slick, vocab so big Mara re stele ge re tsena dindao


When you see me in the street
When you see me with my chick
When I’m rocking SeFosh
I’m oucthea looking like a boss
When you see me with my chick
When you see me in the street
When you see me in the hood
And you know I’m looking good

Written by Turm And Slabsta

Download ->Turm – Choma (Flexn’) Feat. Slabsta (Prod by Turm)

Sir Bonoko.


Emmanuel Sir Bonoko is the founder of the EBonoko Foundation and Ebonoko Holdings. The EBonoko Foundation is a social enterprise that focuses on young people, using information as a powerful tool to inspire and empower, they donate books and create career expos to empower and inform the youth. EBonoko Holdings is a company that hosts business events, offers PR communication and Brand Management services. Emmanuel has had tremendous success in his journey, he is the model of a true hard worker. His achievements include being named the Lead SA Hero of the month on Radio 702, he is one of Mail and Guardian’s Influential Young People in SA. He was named one of the Forbes 30 under 30 entrepreneurs to look out for and one of the 100 Visionary Leaders in the world by US publication Real Leaders. He is also currently a nominee for the SA Man of the year awards in Entrepreneurship.

“What inspired me to do what I do is striving to be the change that I want to see in society, we mainly complain about our background and the obstacles we face, but I thought that it was about time that we take the initiative and take the steps to develop our communities. I felt that my part was to do something significant in the community. Pain has propelled me to be the man that I am today, I was tired of the circumstances that I had to face, so I became the change I wanted to see. I would advise young people to believe that all things are possible, everyone is born with a great purpose within themselves. Have the courage to begin, if you have the courage to begin you will succeed. Remain teachable and humble at all times.”

Follow Emmanuel Bonoko on:


Facebook: Emmanuel Bonoko

Instagram: emmanuelbonoko