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Khwezi Gule

Khwezi Gule Khwezi Gule, a.k.a Simba Sambo, was born in Durban, grew up in Pietermaritzburg and studied all over the country. Simba is a failed artist who often pretends to be a curator, flirts with being a writer, but most of the time he dreams of becoming an evil genius and taking over the world. Simba Sambo is also a recovering House Negro.

Bandile Gumbi

Bandile Gumbi Ms confused Bandile who says it trice to hear herself in the madness, is a poet at times. When she grows up she will like to be a writer of exclusively fiction. At the moment she fumbles with stuff she hardly understands.

Fouad Asfour

 Fouad Asfour Fouad Asfour lives and works in Vienna and Johannesburg as freelance writer and editor. After he studied Linguistics at the University of Vienna he worked for various art institutions and was part of the editorial team of documenta 12 magazines, Kassel.

Kemang Wa Lehulere

Kemang Wa LehulereKemang Wa Lehulere is a practicing creative living in Johannesburg. Born, bread, toasted and unfortunately yet to be buttered, in Gugulethu, Cape Town. In 2006, Wa Lehulere co-founded Gugulective.

Sharlene Khan

Sharlene Sharlene Khan is a woman of great colour, a terrible artist (according to her favourite critics) and the girl who cried race. Mostly she’s just cute. Even when she’s producing bad visual artworks, even worse writing and small exhibitions worth millions of rands. Khan, aka Genghis, was born in Durban 1977, but escaped to Johannesburg in 2003 and is rumoured to still be in the area.