Restoring Walter Battiss's work will give us clues to our intriguing history and how we all connect.
Designers should understand how the US market works and use that knowledge to create successful relationships with businesses, say experts.
Those who missed the arts festival in Grahamstown can look forward to a series of productions from award-winning artists in Johannesburg.
Artist Sam Nhlengethwa is passionate about art and music and his home is a testament to that.
Mohau Modisakeng's work reflects on violence and race, not in an autobiographical sense, but in terms of black existentiality.
For Meleko Mokgosi, painting – as an act, object and commodity – is always political. And his approach to his work is unrelentlingly uncompromising.
Interactive installation artist Jenna Burchell has had to continually create her own path and value in order to pursue her passion.
With over 48 hours of talks, workshops, screenings, exhibitions, award ceremonies and parties, Kate Desmarais makes sense of Cannes Lions.
Greenpop's Trees for Zambia Festival of Action has kicked off, promising positive results by its volunteers. Here's how you can join in on the fun.
The inaugural Bokeh South Africa International Fashion Film Festival, which took place in Cape Town, aims to challenge traditional form of film.
A weekly round-up of South Africa's creative community and projects by Between 10and5.
Concept design duo Jana + Koos have drawn inspiration from the city of Johannesburg for their current collection, titled 'City of Gold Diggers'.
A weekly round-up of the country's hot-ticket events.
Ahead of Art Basel, we caught up with the award-winning artist to talk about painting, being " tired of being the cowhide chick", and collecting art.
After a game of ministerial musical chairs that saw Nathi Mthethwa replace Paul Mashatile, Sean O'Toole wonders if Mthethwa is suited for the arts.
Andrew Sutherland's new exhibition attempts to create new stories from old worlds.
Cape Town jeweller Charmaine Taylor has "reincarnated" the Robben Island fence and these 'pieces of history' are proving popular with celebrities.
Institutions need to engage more rigorously with "rural" artists such as Johannes Segogela and Jackson Hlungwani, writes Same Mdluli.
Fashion Weeks in Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi provide a showcase for local designers and are spurring similar events in neighbouring countries.