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.
From photographer Jodi Bieber to printmaker David Koloane, 11 artists were exhibited at a revamped chesa nyama for the Bombay Imagination Room.
Nigerian photographer Akinbode Akinbiyi's exhibition "(Alice) Adama in Wonderland" draws on his fascination with Johannesburg and Africa's megacities.
From collecting jazz LPs and vinyl toys to wanting to work with rapper Mos Def, the M&G chats to producer Freddie Joachim ahead of his SA tour.
In the fashion of great African studio photographers, Lakin Ogunbanwo tears down and rebuilds portraiture in his own image, writes Stefanie Jason.
From Marina Abramović to Yoko Ono and Jane Alexander, 30 artists tackle gender-based violence in "Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art".
As the Nirox Sculpture Park plays host to the Jazz in the Cradle series, the M&G chats to its musical director, Nduduzo Makhathini, about the show.
Following Kyle Shepherd winning the Standard Bank Young Artist of the Year, his performance with his band showed off his unwavering talent.
Spanning 19 countries, nominees for the 41st International Emmy awards have been announced and include two shows from SA: "Masterchef SA" and "LNN".
A few hiccups got in the way of the inaugural Delicious International Food & Music Festival serving up a culinary and musical explosion.
From apartheid South Africa to the Palestinian plight, slam poet Remi Kanazi's words highlight social inequality and its effects on humanity.