Stefanie Jason writes art stories when she’s not rumbling through dusty thrift store stockpiles and gallivanting around the city’s many visual art galleries.
Here's our indepth round-up of the highlights from the Dance Umbrella programme this year.
Though the ticket price for the conference is prohibitive for most, the three-day design and music showcase is worth it for those with deep pockets.
The feminist choreographer and dancer, whose activism is embedded in her art, tells Stefanie Jason that the fight for gender equality is not over.
The story of Assata Shakur – wanted by the FBI since 1973 – shows how revolutionaries do not ‘drop from the moon’ but are shaped by society.
Raised in Durban but now resident in London, Sindiso Khumalo’s textiles, on show at the 2015 Design Indaba, are a tapestry of her past and present.
With the local art fair season about to kick off, we highlight some of the country's – and Africa's – most happening visual art events.
The minister has vented out at the killing of Wamukelwa Zuma-Memela and his wife, Wandy Campbell, who were murdered in their Bryanston home.
Awareness of cultural appropriation is much more widespread but for some white South African musicians it’s a rejection of Afrikaner stereotypes.
Prolific composer and pianist Pat Matshikiza's music will leave an indelible mark on South Africa's musical landscape. The M&G remembers his life.
Vocalist and instrumentalist Yannick Ilunga shares his experiences, from being black in Europe to spirituality in music, before the release of his EP.