Stefanie Jason is a content producer for the Mail & Guardian, who writes art stories when she’s not rumbling through dusty thrift store stockpiles, dodging taxis while cycling on Jo’burg’s bustling roads, and gallivanting around the city’s many visual art galleries.
Vocalist and instrumentalist Yannick Ilunga shares his experiences, from being black in Europe to spirituality in music, before the release of his EP.
Following Simphiwe Dana's scathing tweets about a photo of the star holding women by hair leashes, Molekane says the imagery aims to tell a story.
The international event shone the spotlight on the extraordinary impact the country’s musicians - past and present - have had on the genre.
Doing Hair, an exhibition that aimed to explore the sociocultural representation of hair in Africa fails to address the right questions.
The African Creative Economy Conference that takes place in Morocco this week will shine a spotlight on the role of artists as agents of change.
Following its refusal to print Dean Hutton's “full frontal nudes”, Remata has denied the genderqueer artist's “censorship” accusations.
Ahead of #MGFridayBody, an edition on body politics, we tackle beauty standards by challenging women to grow their body hair. Here are their diaries.
As Athi-Patra Ruga claims the 2015 Standard Bank Young Artist of the Year Award for Performance Art, we look at young SA talent making waves.
As issues relating to freedom of expression make news, the former police minister has finally spoken out on the controversy surrounding 'Exhibit B'.
The rapper speaks about police killing black people in South Africa and the United States, Lauryn Hill’s essence and working with local artists.