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A retrospective look at Drum magazine in the s. BY KERRY SWIFT. Mrzli do. RUM magazine in the s has come to be tion of Drum journalism when he. DRUM MAGAZINE (): AND THE WORKS. OF BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN WRITERS ASSOCIATED. WITH IT. by. DAVID RABKIN. YTIZ$3v» w. Rhythm magazine March PDF download. Since Rhythm’s global team of percussion experts has delivered the most authoritative, user-friendly and exciting drum magazine on the planet. Rhythm magazine February PDF download.
At the same time, Drum recognized fewer familial commitments to the point that, by the middle of the s a man was represented as having little or no domestic obligations beyond that of financial provider. By the middle of the s, Drum was producing images of males that established manhood primarily through relationships with apparently independent and autonomous interactions with non-kin men outside the home, and through sexual relations with women Clowes This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Preview Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
Another common design is the double-stack dual-horn drum, which operates like a standard stick magazine, but diverges the ammo into two separate feed chutes that run on a single cog.
Rimmed ammunition including shotgun ammunition operated drums primarily run off a cogged gear shaped design which feeds each individual round of the ammo from the outermost edge of the drum. Recently a single-stack compact design has been released, which uses most of the interior capacity of the drum. It is driven by a single hub and telescopic shaft. Rear-loading drum magazines, such as the round AK-pattern drums manufactured by Norinco , can be left loaded for extended periods of time without having any tension in the spring.
The spring is then wound up when the weapon is ready to fire. The downside to drum magazines is that they increase the overall weight of the weapon in which they are being used.
They are also more prone to jamming due to the complex spring mechanisms they contain. Some drums also have a tendency to rattle when they are loaded with ammunition, possibly giving away the user's position. But while you were inside DRUM magazine, everyone there was a family. This group lived by the dictum "live fast, die young and have a good-looking corpse".
It was not only the writers—the pictures were also important. He became one of the rare European photographers to photograph the daily lives of Black people. I wanted to be part of that magazine". Henry Nxumalo was the first journalist and specialised in investigative reporting. For example, he got a job on a potato farm where he exposed the exploitative conditions almost slave-like under which the Black labourers worked.
In , Nxumalo was murdered while investigating an abortion racket. Dolly the agony aunt helped many a confused, young lover to get their lives back on course. The "Dear Dolly" letters were written by Dolly Rathebe , a popular actress, pin-up and singer.
Arthur Maimane, under the pseudonym Arthur Mogale, wrote a regular series entitled "The Chief" where he described gangster incidents he had heard about in the shebeens. Don Mattera , a leading Sophiatown gangster, took exception to this. DRUM also encouraged fiction. Es'kia Mphahlele the fiction editor from to encouraged and guided this.
These stories described the people of the street; jazz musicians, gangsters, shebeen queens and con men and were written in a uniquely Sophiatown-influenced blend of English and Tsotsitaal. This creative period has been called the Sophiatown renaissance. The backbone of the magazine was crime, investigative reporting, sex especially if across the colour line and sport. This was fleshed out by imaginative photography. The formula worked and made for compulsive reading.
Each issue of DRUM was read by up to 9 people, passed from hand to hand on the streets, in the clubs or on the trains. It became a symbol of Black urban life.
DRUM was distributed in 8 different countries: Sadly, because of the immovable force of apartheid the promise and dreams it described turned to frustration and despair. In Sophiatown was bulldozed and the writers died or went overseas,  and " The creative output of the Sophiatown Renaissance came to an end as the bulldozers rolled in It was revived in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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