A look at a series of books by two authors who mission onto the streets of Johannesburg to discover the vibrancy that makes the city a home for many.
The Art History Department at the University of the Witwatersrand produces its first Wits History of Art portfolio.
The once-bustling cultural heart of Johannesburg is being revamped with a host of new developments.
Design is no longer the poor relative of the arts and, with global interest mounting, the field's top pieces are now fetching comparative prices.
The divine intervention of Jamie Uys played a role in ensuring a young American finds himself heading up Jo'burg's newest cultural hub.
Graffiti artist Mars makes the leap from Jo'burg's grimy streets to an exhibition space to show off the other side of his urban art.
Sailing the Greek islands on your own yacht couldn't be anything but bliss.
Bronwyn Lace breathes new meaning into ?the detritus of ?once-living things.
Huw Morris's photographic exhibition reflects on the ?master-servant dynamics and the desire for the ?other that probably existed in 1970s SA.
A kaleidoscopic night tour that is a welcome departure from Jo'burg's silent northern suburbs.