20 Places To Get Coffee That Don’t Rhyme With Sucks

Local is lekker.     Here at DIY we require a fairly severe amount of coffee to keep us going. Between our day jobs, passion projects and joints, we require the legal stimulant so that we can... Read More

Psyched Out At Endless Daze

As a local psych kid, Evan van Zyl thought he was psych enough for Psych Night’s Endless Daze. He was not. That didn’t stop him from having the time of his life at the niche festival.   Photo... Read More

Voodoo Womxn

Leah Jasmine found the shroud of femininity she needed in Kat Kali’s Voodoo Womxn exhibition. Maybe you will too?     I was intrigued by Kat Kali’s instagram handle before I had a clue... Read More

Turn To Paige: Good Vibes And Music

If you’ve peeped her IG or read the interview with her on 10 and 5, you know Paige Furness has an eye for what’s good. That’s why we’ve given her a monthly feature to shoot whatever... Read More

Taken For Granted: Durban’s Hollywood Problem

We’ve given Russell Grant a monthly column to talk about whatever he sees fit. In his first column, he tries to tackle an issue that’s pervasive around the world from a grass-roots level.       Much... Read More

Lady Kill

In the spirit of Halloween, Leah Jasmine shares this terrifying tale of what happened to a bad dude with terrible tattoos.     Jonty liked many things. He liked the way streetlights glowed in... Read More

Spotting the Durban Spotter

Through pursuing his passion, Malusi Msomi has gone from parking cars at the Elangeni Hotel to being the go-to-guy for automobile appreciation in Durban. Sthembelo Dlamini spent a day talking passionately... Read More

The Mile by Kevin Goss-Ross

If you’ve been reading this site since the beginning, you know we’re HUGE Kevin Goss-Ross fans.  The photographer recently returned home for a couple of months and took the time to document... Read More

Hope to See, Want to See

Last Thursday for First Thursdays, Leah Jasmine attended two very different events. One was the opening of a swanky new property development, the other an exhibition of stowaway art. The juxtaposition... Read More

You Can Be Our Patron Saints

  Do you remember magazines? I know they still exist, I see them when I’m buying pies at the petrol station. But with the move to digital content, many have gone to the big recycling bin in the... Read More