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.
2015 marks a metamorphic time for the musician as he moves beyond revivalism and continues to explore a new sound with his trio.
SA's Breeze Yoko and the UK's Mary Evans chat to us about their work and the state of African art ahead of their group show "Towards Intersections".
Lesotho police may have shut it down, but the Lifaqane festival still offers the hope of uniting African voices in the face of discord and opprobrium.
From memes to blogs and YouTube channels, we've rounded up our #MGFridayFavs – our favourite things from the web – this week.
Unlike the Joburg showcase, the SA pavilion will present a show that many believe does not reflect the demographics of SA.
Ahead of his performance at the Lifaqane-Mfecane festival in Lesotho, we chat to the rapper about his bucket list, the Samas and xenophobic attacks.
From a powerful prose of a writer to the cancellation of music shows, we look at how the recent attacks have shaken up the arts.
As the launch of the artists at the exhibition shows a lack of black female artists and comes under tight deadlines, we chat to the pavilion curators.
Art lovers can look forward to exploring the art galleries and cultural events of Braamfontein until late, on the first Thursday of every month.
The hip-hopper attacks racism but is mauled in turn for saying black people don’t respect themselves.