Rastafari

 
Drug authority: SA doesn't have the necessary discipline to allow dagga judgment
Drug authority: SA doesn't have the necessary discipline to allow dagga judgment
Legalising dagga would almost double the number of accidents on South Africa’s roads and cost the country’s economy heavily, claims the Central...
Holy hair: The long and short of it
Holy hair: The long and short of it
If you watch any crowd of Nazareth Baptist Church members, such as the throngs who make their weekly ascent to Ebuhleni to observe the Sabbath, those...
My weed-smoking should not surprise you, says AbaThembu king
My weed-smoking should not surprise you, says AbaThembu king
"[Smoking] dagga is a cultural behaviour. I am a Rastafarian by nature," AbaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo told reporters at the...
The rise and rise of the Rastafari
The rise and rise of the Rastafari
The reggae band Horry Quagga is busting a groove on a Sunday afternoon in Wesbank, a township near Delft, north-east of Cape Town.
'I want my kids to be righteous and Rasta'
'I want my kids to be righteous and Rasta'
Emndeni is alive with the sounds of children squealing with delight as they bounce on a bright green jumping castle. It is Tshimologo Mofolo's...
Battle of the dreads rages on
Battle of the dreads rages on
Navalsig High School in Bloemfontein has asked the Equality Court to throw out a controversial case involving a learner's right to wear dreadlocks....
Rhetorical Rasta
Rhetorical Rasta
When you talk to fiery Jamaican reggae singer DJ Sizzla Kalonji, in the country on an African tour, you feel that whatever response the controversial musician throws at you is one he has given a thousand times before....

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