Episode 012 – Holly Wasserfall
We visited Afro house artist, Holly Wasserfall (aka Holly Rey), and spoke about juggling her studies and career, the music emerging from the bedroom studios of Umlazi, and her latest single, “Deeper”, rising in the charts.
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Episode 011 – Heather Clark
We drove down the South Coast and spoke with South Africa’s most decorated woman surfer, Heather Clark.
As South Africa’s most decorated women surfer, Heather has reached many proud milestones in her career, one of which, the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, has yet to be achieved by a South African man.
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Episode 010 – Janna Jihad
We got to talk with 12 year old journalist Janna Jihad, who has faced up to armed soldiers on the West Bank, about her reporting on the occupation of her town by Israeli forces.
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Episode 009 – Gary van Wieringen
We visited surfer Gary van Wieringen in his shaping room to talk growing up surfing on the south coast and how repairing surfboards got him into the precision art of shaping.
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Episode 008 – Terence Simon
We spoke with Isipingo local, Terence Simon, about surfing in the 70s and 80s and trying to catch waves during apartheid.
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Episode 007 – David Birch
We sat down with musician David Birch, who took us through his early punk rock days in the UK and touring; to landing on Durban soil in ’91, staying permanently…and making a success of it. From The Vibrators to Squeal, we covered it all.
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Episode 006 – James Murua
We meet James Murua, a blogger, journalist, editor and columnist from Nairobi, Kenya visiting Durban’s humid shores. As one of the few bloggers covering the African literary scene so comprehensively I wanted to take the opportunity of James’ visit, attending and being a panelist at the Time of the Writer – to pick his brain about what’s happening out there and which authors we should be watching.
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Episode 005 – Grant ‘Twig’ Baker
We continue our dabbling into surf culture and if ever there was a subculture within a subculture it’s the big wave riders of the world. We got the opportunity to sit down with Durban’s two time Big Wave surf champ, Grant “Twiggy” Baker, to talk family life, chasing cold winter waters, and surviving 60 foot waves.
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BONUS: FULL 2 Hour Lecture – Dr VVO Mkhize
From the original lecture by Dr VVO Mkhize, this bonus episode includes the full 2 hour lecture including the Q&A.
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Episode 004 – Dr VVO Mkhize
We’re mixing things up a bit and feature a lecture at the University of KwaZulu-Natal where we get into even more layers of African Divination with Dr VVO Mkhize. See the bonus episode in the podcast list for the full 2 hour lecture including the Q&A.
For more information on this episode and the full lecture (including the Q&A), visit cltrshift.com/dr-vvo-mkhize/read more