Marianne Fassler and Charles Bothner share a passion for local art and their home is filled with a wide range of eclectic and treasured pieces.
The colourful designs found at Makers of Stuff (MoS),create a personal connection between the product and the customer.
Hank Willis Thomas has revealed his latest exhibition of unconventional stills that force us to look at our history from a different perspective.
The rise in fashion sales at the Design Indaba over the years shows the importance of the expo as a retail space and the expo's ever changing face.
Global rock stars of art and design are showing their work this weekend in three events that are part of the World Design Capital 2014 programme.
Hailed as a herald of the future, Nacho Carbonell believes design anticipates the way our story unfolds.
As the Design Indaba kicks off in Cape Town, meet six innovative and eco-friendly designs that promise to aid rural communities.
Global icon Rossana Orlandi is more than a creative and an eclectic designer. She's recently adopted the role of a nurturer for upcoming designers.
Bloemfontein born Atang Tshikare is known to fuse the inherited skills from his artistic father and businesswoman mother to create inspired furniture.
Created by Shabalala and directed by Edmund Mhlongo, the new musical pays tribute to the group's journey and its success.
From screenings to exhibitions and debates, the Cape Town Art Fair 2014 is a first for the city and heralds from the successful Hong Kong Art Fair.
Nearly R4.5-million worth of traditional African art will go on auction in Cape Town.
Design24 has launched a competition for designers to reimagine the Sanlam Centre in Cape Town, once the tallest building in Africa.
Kampala's bodaboda drivers dress in trendy, colourful clothes to attract customers.
Muntu Vilakazi shoots from the hip for his debut exhibition that focuses on people enjoying good times in the townships of the East Rand.
Poetry: Break-out spoken-word artist Mutle Mothibe is stepping up his game —and taking it straight to the Apollo in New York.
Port Elizabeth-born illustrator Pola Maneli says his art style bridges between elements of pop culture and social commentary.
Elusive British street artist Banksy has sold one of three pieces of work at a Miami auction for $575 000.
South African artist Zanele Muholi’s two shows come from different directions at the central issue: the (im)possibility of the task of mourning.