Percy Zvomuya is the Mail & Guardian's arts and features reporter. He writes stories mostly about the arts and, occasionally, football.
JM Coetzee believes it has 'artistic sensibility' but Small Things is unsatisfactory on so many levels.
Cape Town Jazz Festival tickets are something of an endangered species. Percy Zvomuya reports back on Friday's festivities and peeks at what's next.
South African immigrants have arrived in the Cape Republic in droves in efforts to see their favourite jazz musicians live. Percy Zvomuya is there.
"Jeppe on a Friday" is a compelling documentary filmed in one day by eight female filmmakers.
Bronwyn Law-Viljoen does not shy away from the manifold challenges of publishing and running a bookshop.
The sophisticated musical tastes of the deputy president were on show at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.
The successful Cape Town International Jazz Festival has definitely become too big for its current venue; but it won't be going anywhere else.
Nthikeng Mohlele’s second novel, Small Things, got a mention from JM Coetzee.
With personal histories spanning Cameroon, SA and a number of countries in between, they are well placed to expand the institution’s horizons.
Most press conferences are worth avoiding but the Cape Town International Jazz Festival's popularity makes this difficult, writes Percy Zvomuya.