Richard Anthony Chemaly
4 minute read
10 Dec 2021
11:06 am

You can’t stop matrics from partying, so let’s at least be sensible about it

Richard Anthony Chemaly

Not even Covid can beat the allure of sex, drugs and rock 'n roll, so the best we can do is to prevent matric benders from going underground.

File image of Ballito Rage in 2018. Picture for illustration: North Coast Courier

As private companies have begun issuing vaccine mandates to their staff and debates rage over their legality, the matrics are raging because Rage got cancelled. It may seem strange to the kids, what with something getting cancelled without making a sexist, homophobic, or otherwise prejudiced tweet, but in the old days things got cancelled for other reasons. WATCH: Rage festival boss calls for ‘action against media’ after event cancellation Cricket gets cancelled for rain. Generations got cancelled after a dispute with the actors, and its reboot seems to have a cancelation threat every year. Isidingo too. Even pre-Covid, it was...