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It’s hard to live in South Africa for more than five minutes without looking around in wide-eyed bewilderment, and asking: “What the EFF?”.
Whether it’s hippies rubbing their chords together to produce solar energy, militants marching into parliament in Pep Store overalls and Italian shoes, or taxi drivers who manage to simultaneously cut you off and flip you the bird while paging through the newspaper and counting their money… at some point in every day, you will say: “What the EFF?”.
Fortunately, Nik Rabinowitz is here to answer that question. Or maybe not answer it, so much as shake it a bit, and see what falls out. From the leafy green ganglands of Constantia to the imaginary book-storage lockers of Limpopo, Rabinowitz casts his eye far and wide, and muses: “What the EFF?” And if politics isn’t your cup of tea, there’s plenty of other ridiculousness that’ll have you shaking your head, and clutching your sides.
(Recorded live at the Baxter Theatre, 14 March 2015)
Computer-animated children's adventure following a feisty young falcon's coming of age and featuring the vocal talents of Samuel L. Jackson, Leonard Nimoy and Richard E. Grant. Kai (voice of Jeremy Suarez) is tired of only having his stern father (Jackson) for company at their remote home. When he meets an affable stork (Jenifer Lewis) and weaver (Tania Gunadi) and complains of his plight they tell him about the bustling bird city of Zambezia just down the river. Unable to resist the promise of a new life, Kai flees to Zambezia, on the edge of the Victoria Falls, and discovers that it is everything he dreamt of and more. However, with a pair of maribou storks (Grant and David Shaughnessy) up to no good, Kai may learn some of the harsher lessons of life, too. Indeed, when the storks kidnap his father as part of a plan to gain control of Zambezia, Kai will be forced to risk his life to save the city and those he loves.
A fresh, entertaining series of pocket books that feature prominent young South African voices worth listening to. The Youngsters series explores topics of interest to the youth, ranging from hair weaves to discovering who you are and what you should do with your life, as well as issues of race and gender, love and sex in the time of social networks, the music and radio industries, comedy, empowering yourself and more...The series shares the naked reality of being a youngster in South Africa and helps you to make sense of it all.
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