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

Durban is Ours – A Call for Submissions

    Hi, I’m Leah Jasmine and I’m the new sub-editor here at Durban is Yours. You may recognise me from all the gigs you’ve ever played in this town. I’ve been around for a bit, and even... Read More

Durban’s Killing It Across the Fence

Durbanites are no strangers to success across the globe but often those successes go unnoticed. ByLwansta, Toya Delazy, and Muzi are the latest three to do big things internationally and we want to make... Read More

The State of the Blog Address

    Hi there, Bob Perfect here. I’m the editor of this dubious slice of Durban life. It’s been a while since we’ve posted anything on here so I figured I’d fill you in... Read More

10 Durban Acts to Watch in 2017

Bob Perfect takes a look at the next wave of Durban musicians dragging us into the future. Photo by Brittany Tuhi   The Durban music scene feels like it’s in a transitional phase where the youth... Read More

Pure Has No Secrets

The ex-Fruits and Veggies and The Pranks frontwoman is finally going solo.   Words by Bob Perfect.   About damn time. That’s all I can think watching this Kyle Lewis directed video of the... Read More

Durban’s asleep in the sunlight. It’s time to wake up.

Thoughts of an 031 expat Image- Paige Furness   Words- Binwe Adebayo   About a year ago, I took a break from all day ad life to work on a couple of projects which required me to be in Durban some... Read More