Today, Ismail Farouk gave us (my girlfriend, her father, who's here in Jo'burg on a two week visit and myself) a walking tour of downtown Johannesburg. Downtown Jo'burg is -very- black. That is, you practically only see blacks walking the streets. You can imagine the funny looks we got: An Indian, a colored, a white girl and an undefined Caucasian.
Funnily enough, my girlfriend, although she -looks- as white as they come, is very colored. We joked she could be wearing a t-shirt saying she's 25% black, which she is.
So here it is.
And in case you're drunk or stupid, the t-shirt is of course, also about 25% black.
After obtaining an M. Sc in maths, Babak Fakhamzadeh started with an office job at a major blue chip company but soon realised he'd do better on his own. Babak is a traveling web guru with a penchant for doing good and a love for visual and experimental art. Together with Eduardo Cachucho, he won the World Summit Award in the m-Tourism and Culture category in 2012 for Dérive app. With Ismail Farouk, he won the Highway Africa new media award in 2007 for Soweto Uprisings . com. Check out Babak's CV.