With his new book, photographer Ed Suter attempts to capture the essence of urban style, but it is a contrived package, writes Milisuthando Bongela.
Whether you are gawking at 800-year-old sunken churches or gyrating in hole-in-the-wall clubs, the country's main attraction is its beautiful people.
Having seen the beginning and the end of the love journey, the middle is an interesting but precarious place to be.
Most of the things that people do religiously in a religious setting have little to do with their deep desire for something to believe in.
The doctrine of racism, that a person's race determines his or her level of intellect or ability to do certain things, is a human construct.
I find it easier to place my trust in somebody who is not from Johannesburg.
South Africa has the ability to arouse pride but it can also make one hate it with a passion.
There is a comfort in knowing that it is okay to feel flat, to have the effervescence fizzle out.
Femininity and masculinity are in a constant state of flux.
There is a belief in emancipated societies that historically marginalised people are noble, cannot do wrong and always must be exalted.