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.
White people civilising each other are irrelevant to a black agenda, argues Kwanele Sosibo.
The book is an entry to the world of a psychiatric patient on the effects of her medication, the flashbacks and the loneliness.
The kiba champion has helped singer and composer Nono Nkoane redefine the position of her music in relation to jazz, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
When the possibility of male-on-male molestation rears its head, hip-hop’s voices of conscience clam up.
Will the pairing of J&B's Urban Honey with Rendani Nemakhavhani's fotonovela The Honey prove to be another exploitative union?
In her new novel, author Yewande Omotoso takes the political into a private space.
Nokwe has the freedom to love anyone but restricts herself to one sexual partner at a time.
Polyamory is gaining traction as an ethical way to be romantically involved with more than one person.
Nhlanhla Mngadi and Andrew Curnow's indulgent podcasts and live-recorded jam sessions are headed for wax.
Pretoria's Capital Arts Revolution is appropriating pockets of the capital for those still excluded from its mainstream culture.