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Media / Re: Photos you take
« on: October 08, 2010, 05:35:00 PM »

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Media / Re: Photos you take
« on: October 08, 2010, 04:52:59 PM »
That Photo in waaihoek is beautiful.
Jasas Earl U see a lot as a journo eh.
Here's one more.


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Media / Photos you take
« on: October 07, 2010, 06:26:09 PM »
Post pix of things you click, snap, flash at as you go about your life.  Only your own photos are allowed.




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Politics / Obama hosts Africa's future leaders at white house
« on: October 06, 2010, 10:29:09 PM »


Everyone has a plan for Africa. But Africa needs to have plans from Africans for Africa. ( Graca Machel at TEDxChange talk http://www.gatesfoundation.org/foundationnotes/pages/katharine-kreis-100923-on-graca-machel.aspx
Two months ago President Obeezy held a forum and hosted young African leaders for 2 days to coincide with the 50th Independence celebrations of several African  states. Yes no centinery independence parties just yet, most African countries only been independent not any longer our parentts or ourselves have been alive. Not a very long time.
(The points below have been right clicked,copy and pasted read full article here: http://macjordangh.wordpress.com/2010/08/17/obama-met-young-african-leaders-what-you-missed

Objectives of the Young Leaders Forum


Learn from young African leaders in civil society and business how they are motivating youth, while highlighting for global audiences a new generation of Africans who will shape sub-Saharan Africa's next 50 years.

Emphasize the Administration's priority of mutual responsibility as the foundation of the U.S.-Africa partnership and reinforce the U.S. commitment to supporting African solutions to Africa's challenges.

Help build networks between young American and African leaders that will lead to lasting partnerships.

Africans Building Their Own Futures

The President's Forum with Young African Leaders presents the U.S. Government and American "friends of Africa" with an unprecedented opportunity to meet with a broad cross-section of Africa's next generation of leaders and learn more about their roles as motivators for transformational change and new growth in their societies.

Mutual Responsibility and Civic Engagement

The Forum's core messages will be:

Mutual responsibility and respect as the foundation of the relationship between and among African countries and between Africa and the United States.

Civic engagement as a catalyst for opportunity and building a better future.

My question really is, what do you see your role as being as a young person in Africa? Does Africa belong to you? What does Africa mean to you? Does globalisation taint or enhance that meaning?

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General Discussion / Re: SONDEZA
« on: October 04, 2010, 06:54:14 PM »
I dunno where you can cop it but ask teh publishers:

jtpub@mweb.co.za
011 614 1911
www.loslyf.co.za

Watch it even if it's just for the titanic woman.

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General Discussion / Re: 10 J-oNE beats - R100
« on: October 01, 2010, 12:20:38 PM »
I'll take Broadway gloom for a R100 bucks nicca!
10 tenners for 10 beats? U selling yourself short  leader of the newschool :) but you prolly hav a huge archive.
I'm in as long as one of the beats in Broadway gloom.

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General Discussion / Re: LOBOLA
« on: September 27, 2010, 12:39:06 PM »
Pay up or marry your cousin. I'm not free.
My uncle has been married for like 19 years and that ish is still hanging over his marriage.
The wife's family hasn't quite forgotten whatever small amount remains.

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Producers - Discussion / Re: J-oNE - Coffee and Waffles Beattape
« on: September 26, 2010, 08:25:20 PM »
Broadway gloom is my kinda sheet!!!!

39
Hot Traxxx / Re: Isosceles - The Untiled EP
« on: September 15, 2010, 10:24:17 PM »
Busy downloading.

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Media / Re: Official PODCAST Thread
« on: September 15, 2010, 11:53:00 AM »
I know I can rely on you for a  Bliss n Esso fix.

I finally have another epsiode. Believe it. An ode to the new city I live in and interview with Blu and MistaMaliq from BA4ZA.

HEED THE CALL SESSION 6
CAPcityrApCITY
www.naturelle.mypodcast.com

Isis:: Intro
Blu & Exile :: Below the heavens
Interview with Blu::
MistaMaliq featuring Ill Skillz::Brothers in Arms
Interview MistaMaliq::
Flex Boogie::Twantsha Monwana
R.A.S feat R-Senic:: Left Right Left
Huge and Impact:: Feel Good Music



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General Discussion / Re: Rappers with degrees
« on: September 07, 2010, 11:50:04 AM »
What did you guys study?

I studied Performing Arts, Media Studies and Film.

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Hip Hop Events / Re: KOL PRESENTS: BLU & EXILE LIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA!!
« on: September 06, 2010, 09:50:17 AM »
Blu repossesed someone's ring.  :-X

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Hip Hop Events / Re: KOL PRESENTS: BLU & EXILE LIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA!!
« on: September 06, 2010, 09:44:51 AM »


two cheers to KOL for making me go out...it was lovely,  yes of course to be drinking black label and dancing to ODB in public.  Naturelle got that fro nicely picked all the time, Baldi i'll touch that left titty again, nice and perky baldi, nice and perky :) the original gangster Beaker ma Beaker, you know.  Crus ou always holding the gin and tonic down, Anna Sa**in, Rohze hello. do good and goodbye. Anna Sa**in, your number, home address, email addy, errthing in that inbox, with you we have a winner...can i touch your titties too ;)  Bean, blah, blah, blah, thank god for those 3 madlib tracks and that Doom ;).
Yo, AG was in the house.
Nuwe I C you keeping Anna all to yourself. I didn't get introduced.





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Hip Hop Events / Re: KOL PRESENTS: BLU & EXILE LIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA!!
« on: September 06, 2010, 09:23:11 AM »
During the day at the Q&A session Blu was chatting and getting on just fine with everyone. I got to interview him for my podcast before that and he just seemed regular.
However once he got on stage the bizzare show commenced.
I dunno if it's crowd issues or people issues but something just wasn't right with that performance. During the day he didn't have sungla**es on but the minute he steps on stage he puts em on. WTF.
Exile saved the day with his personality and killer MPC skills.

Ill Skillz, XO/Nthabi and Tumi - Respect!

Was so good to see people come out and support real hiphop. The energy was awesome, so many heads in one place!

Big up to KOL and Butan Wear. More please.

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General Discussion / Re: Fiona Commits suicide!!
« on: August 19, 2010, 10:07:25 AM »
You should work for Daily Son.

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