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.
With racism raging in the headlines, an exhibition of returned Dumile Feni works offers food for thought.
To change a world in which news of white people overshadows that of black people, seek out media that take "the other" seriously, says Stefanie Jason.
The onset of spring in the city sees the start of Arts Alive month, Art Week and the annual FNB Joburg Art Fair.
From Cape Town to Soweto, South Africa's IG users are unspooling the Mzansi story on Instagram.
As rental prices go up and neighbourhoods begin to look the same, artists nationwide are finding themselves out in the cold.
M&G readers can get a fresh taste of the insane journey of the "rapper-haberdasher", who has just released a mixtape exclusively for the publication.
As Zambia celebrates 50 years of freedom, its old laws against gays and lesbians are tightened.
Whether pouting, saluting or just swagging, the minister of sports and recreation has recreated the political selfie. Take note, politicians.
Artist Sam Nhlengethwa is passionate about art and music and his home is a testament to that.
Despite missing dates and facts in the late singer's life, Bongani Madondo's latest collection of essays attempts to make sense of MaBrrr's epic life.