Kwanele Sosibo studied journalism at Durban's ML Sultan Technikon before working at Independent Newspapers from 2000 to 2003. In 2005, he joined the Mail & Guardian's internship programme, and later worked as a reporter at the paper between 2006 and 2008 before working as a researcher. He was the inaugural Eugene Saldanha Fellow in 2011.
New albums from Prince are always welcome but it is hard for him to match his impossibly high standards, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
A Cape Town artist perceives a threat behind the furious reaction to his sponsored freedom statue.
Contentiously moved, the Afrikaner symbol now stands alongside apartheid figureheads.
Not only has Cosatu expelled the metalworkers' union from the federation, but factory workers in Nigel are braced for big job cuts.
The Orania volkstaat is booming but equal opportunity favours the entrepreneurs and those who have made it on the outside.
The cultural scene in Johannesburg’s inner city spawned the birth of a number of experimental black music acts. Kwanele Sosibo tracks their evolution.
Slain Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa was well known in the crime-plagued Mzamo neighbourhood of Vosloorus on the East Rand.
A statue of Hector Pieterson was removed earlier this month from Soweto's Maponya Mall "in response to the demands of Mbuyisa Makhubu's family".
Maponya Mall has given in after the family of Mbuyisa Makhubu, who carried a dying Hector Pieterson, demanded profit for using his name.
Artists are angry the city was to spend R65-million on TribeOne festival while they are neglected.