Democracy In Paradise Under Threat

October 15, 2012

A group of leading artists, writers and business people have rallied to support the cause of democracy in the Maldives. In an open letter published in the Guardian newspaper, the group of celebrities [read more]

Mandela: An Intimate Family Portrait

July 22, 2010

Nelson and Desmond Tutu at the time of Mandela’s release World-renowned photographer Alf Kumalo was the eyes and ears of Nelson Mandela during his 27-year incarceration. In a new book, he reveals [read more]

Hung, drawn or quartered?

May 16, 2010

The day the political landscape in Britain changed for ever! May 6th 2010 was supposed to be the day that Britain went to the polls to elect a new prime minister to form a strong and stable [read more]

Parliamentary Waffle House

May 2, 2010

From jelly geniuses Bompas & Parr comes The Parliamentary Waffle House, a pop out eatery in Broadwick St just off Carnaby St in London’s West End. Each item on the menu is available in three variations, which correspond with each of the major parties. Orders feed directly into a live rubbish swing ‘o’ meter that gauges the mood of the country as people vote with their mouths. [read more]