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Katlego Mkhwanazi

Katlego Mkhwanazi

Katlego Mkhwanazi is the Mail & Guardian's arts, culture and entertainment content producer. She started her career in magazines, before joining the Mail & Guardian team in 2014. She is an entertainer at heart.
    Fox on songs, Samas and synths
    Fox on songs, Samas and synths
    Sannie Fox is over the three-piece rock sound. She still loves it – the sound is the foundation of her career, after all – but the Cape Town...
    Clay art cracks NY scene
    Clay art cracks NY scene
    South African artist Andile Dyalvane’s solo exhibition Camagu opens at New York gallery Friedman Benda this month.
    Children’s book fair wants young minds to be turned on by reading
    Children’s book fair wants young minds to be turned on by reading
    South Africa is holding its first fair for children’s books – themed “Back to basics, bring back the culture of reading” – in Jo’burg...
    Anticolonial misfits Original Swimming Party are in a class of their own
    Anticolonial misfits Original Swimming Party are in a class of their own
    ‘If the Original Swimming Party were a subject at school, they would be mathematics,” says band member, vocalist and guitarist Jeremy de Tolly....
    The tales behind Johannesburg’s skyscrapers
    The tales behind Johannesburg’s skyscrapers
    It’s often said that nobody is truly from Johannesburg, that it has become home to millions of people whose roots are outside the City of...
    Tshwane listeners air their views on local music
    Tshwane listeners air their views on local music
    The SABC has prioritised South African music, with the broadcaster recently announcing new policy requiring its 18 radio stations to play at least...
    A bird’s-eye view of the truth
    A bird’s-eye view of the truth
    When Seattle photographer and videographer Johnny Miller first arrived in South Africa, the disparity between the rich and poor hit him at eye level....
    'Let’s go’ to Maputo’s Azgo festival
    'Let’s go’ to Maputo’s Azgo festival
    The sixth Azgo festival in Maputo features is not only about great artists from Africa and other parts of the world, but also concern about...
    What do the kids have to say?
    What do the kids have to say?
    The first group of respondents consists of five teenagers living in Bellevue, Craighall Park, Houghton and Kensington: two girls (13) and...
    Film festival in South Africa lays bare a changing and multifaceted Europe
    Film festival in South Africa lays bare a changing and multifaceted Europe
    The European Film Festival kicks off in South Africa on May 6 with 11 films from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands,...
    Stevenson Gallery curates SEX in the city
    Stevenson Gallery curates SEX in the city
    Porn shops became a library for curator Lerato Bereng while she was preparing for the Stevenson Gallery’s latest group exhibition, SEX....
    Final curtain for NAF’s Ismail Mahomed
    Final curtain for NAF’s Ismail Mahomed
    After eight years of developing themes and drawing up the National Arts Festival programme, Ismail Mahomed is stepping down as the artistic...