A tokolos decides to remind tourists that they are entering a land controlled by rich white capitalists and their black supporters in government and that these people are willing to kill to retain their profits. #RememberMarikana

A young Capetownian gives Mambush a fist pump on a visit to Signal Hill. He won’t forget the slain of Marikana.

City of Cape Town Logo version 2

Warehouse wall facing the N2 and R300 interchange.

ALIU office is part if #ThisCityWorksForAFew (at Antil Land Invasion unit field office, Delft)

#RememberMarikana whill you are stuck in traffic on you way home. (at N2 Freeway, Cape Town)

at symphony way bridge over N2

As seen on the N2 Freeway in Cape Town. #RememberMarikana (at N2 Freeway, Cape Town)

We say: #dontvote #organise (at Khayelitsha)

#weareallmarikana at Ndabeni train station (at Ndabeni Train Station, Cape Town)

#RememberMarikana at Ndabeni train station (at Ndabeni Train Station, Cape Town)

Be carefull out there when coming home from work, when taking you child to school, when fighting for your rights or even attending meeting about lack of service delivery because #copswillkillyou with impunity. #tokolosstencils (at Ndabeni Train Station, Cape Town)

Some photos taken at Bonteheuwel train station. Here in Bonteheuwel people get beaten, raped and even killed by the police. Its good to see the Tokolos politically conscientising the residents, reminding them that the Marikana massacre was strategically executed by the government in conjunction with capital.

The imagery of the Marikana massacre recalls all too the ferociously killing of students by apartheid police on June 16 1976 in Soweto and the Sharpeville massacre of March 21 1960 when 69 people died. Till date no-one has been held to account for both killings. In 2014 Lonmin, listed on both the South African and London stock exchange, is still as profitable as ever, and while government officials enjoy their annual salary raises, the marginalised residents of Marikana remain uncompensated for the horrors they faced on August 16 2012.

Viva residents of Bonteheuwel, viva!


The surveillance state is upon us. Our country is starting to look more and more like a fascist police state. #Isiqalo (at Isiqalo Settlement, Vanguard Drive, Mitchell’s Plain)

#Afrika stencil (at De Waal Park, Cape Town)