Meet the Space Cats

Themba T-Rex Mzwakali, the lead singer and bass guitarist of the Space Cats shares his story about how the band was formed.

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Oupa Nkosi
Oupa Nkosi

Oupa Nkosi began taking photos in 1998 with a pawnshop camera, before enrolling at the Market Photography Workshop. He began freelancing after graduating and has since run community projects, won a Bonani Africa award, had his work selected for exhibitions in Zimbabwe and Japan, and been invited to international workshops. He began at the M&G as an intern and is now chief photographer. He also writes features for the paper and lectures at his alma mater.

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Tshegofatso Mathe is a financial trainee journalist at the Mail & Guardian

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