Following studying towards her Film & Media degree at the University of Cape Town and North Carolina State University, Stefanie Jason began work as a copy editor and writer for various South African publications, including Bona, True Love and Sowetan, as well as the Mail & Guardian. For the M&G's arts & culture supplement Friday, she writes about art, music & lifestyle when she isn't relaxing, traveling or checking out Jo'burg's many art galleries.
Officially relaunching during this Art Week Joburg, the artist’s residency is full of history and a place for those long on vision but short of cash.
This year's winner of the FNB Art prize talks freedom and fragility ahead of her exhibition at the FNB Joburg Art Fair, titled "Imihuzuko".
Through history and genres, pianist Bokani Dyer's latest album "World Music" explores an almost limitless landscape of sounds.
With a bit of crowdfunding and a large gathering of multidisciplinary artists, JHB Massive looks to make an impact at Accra's Chale Wote art festival.
From GinaJeanz to Card on Spokes and Indigo Reign, we've interviewed four musicians, who have given M&G readers a free download of their craft.
From Hiro Murai's thermal visuals for Earl Sweatshirt to the vibrant black and white shots for Mbongwana Star, here are 10 mind blowing videos.
Ahead of his Nu World Festival show, Kanda Bongo Man talks on why South Africa holds a special place in his heart.
Artist Raél Jero Salley says the ability to create and imagine the future enables us to overcome the obstacles before us.
The actors give the nod to Mark Middlewick’s movie The Mascot, a winner in the Jameson First Shot film festival that premiered in LA over the weekend.
Ahead of their Jo'burg performance on Friday, we caught up with Sakumzi Qumana and Chris Lombard to talk about the band's reincarnation.