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Written by Jacob Ibrag

‘There’s that look again. If I’m not doing

it for you, just say it.’ There you go twisting my

nonsensical stares into meaning that I have yet to… 23 more words


On the Bicycle Analogy

You wouldn’t expect to learn to ride a bicycle by having the techniques explained to you by a professional cyclist before you’ve even bought yourself a bicycle. 615 more words



I take photos for more than just to fill my Instagram feed, but also to capture these instances worth remembering. It’s for those moments that I want to keep frozen in time, never changing but always felt differently. 77 more words


Life Lessons from a Burlesque Show

My friends and I had a much needed girls’ night out this weekend and spent it in Nashville. All week long I looked forward to a tasty meal and my first visit to a burlesque show, something that has always intrigued me. 395 more words


The Baggage of Culture III: Whose Culture is it anyway?

In an earlier column, I had written about the controversy in South Africa regarding ballet being now viewed as “Eurocentric” and “colonial”.

More recently, it is the turn of Shakespeare as well. 1,161 more words

In Print

Perfectly Imperfect

I am perfectly imperfect; –I am in love with some of my flaws.-

Refuse to apologise for your flaws, they have made you, YOU. 513 more words


One week

Each week we drop a blog here for various reasons. It’s a fun way to look back on a week and see the changes that have commenced, or the progress we have made. 609 more words