Charles Leonard is the news editor of the Mail & Guardian newspaper.
The sax legend, who ‘graduated from the University of James Brown’, on the joys of leading his own band.
Raised in a leftist family that fled Chile’s brutal Pinochet regime, Matias Aguayo is a DJ who takes his music to the masses.
From "Orgie" to "Droë Wit Seisoen", Charles Leonard remembers how the late Andre Brink's writing and character transformed his life.
British musician Four Tet enthralled the audience at the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival with his unique approach to electronic music.
The cops did not share in the jubilation when president FW de Klerk unbanned the liberation movements in 1990.
Tumi Mogorosi's album, Project Elo, brings together the eloquent sounds of accomplished jazz musicians and opera singers.
Charles Leonard writes about his vet’s stillborn question to Leonard Cohen and the joys of reggae.
Charles Leonard chooses his top 50 albums of 2014.
Gideon Mendel revisits his selection of photographs, that show the 1980s Yeoville scene, in his latest exhibition "Living in Yeoville Revisited".
Like Socrates, artist Willem Boshoff, at 63, is living proof that the “unexamined life is not worth living”.