Tag Archives: Durban

7 Things You Should Know About Sharing a Bunny Chow

  he bunny chow, arguably the most iconic Durban street food and recently making waves in hip circles in the UK and the US, is at its heart a communal, working-class dish, meant to be shared with another person. However sharing a bunny is an esoteric art with lots of unwritten rules and etiquette – an […]

Extract: The Chronicles of Nonyana the Bird alias Ntwana the Kid

  It’s festive term again police evacuate tramps from beaches, parks and passageways for the ease and security of tourists & revellers my friend Theliweni says it’s a lofty project these folks bring money to the city we hobos shall benefit a lot from the trickle-down effect for now we must hustle thirty bucks a […]

Food is a Time Machine

  Why is it that the mere aroma of certain foods can take us straight back to a particular place and point in time? It’s because the nose knows the true meaning of nostalgia, and it leads us on a journey through sense into the magic of a relived memory.  There’s a curl of smoke […]