A weekly round-up of South Africa's creative community and projects.
SA's gun culture inspired Ralph Ziman to fetishise the Kalashnikov rifle in his gallery installation, "Ghosts" which takes aim at the arms industry.
From clothes to jewellers and ceramicists, the Collective market features an array of products from local designers.
Amita Makan pays homage to three influential divas, her mother and herself in her latest embroidered exhibition.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week has been inspired by South Africa's 20th year of democracy. Arts editor Zodwa Kumalo-Valentine tells us what it was like.
Doreen Mashika has built a fashion brand with a conscience, dipped in continental heritage.
For those without the workshop basics or the skills, there is a safe space where you can turn crafty ideals into reality
Digital boutiques are shaking up the fashion retail sector with competitive pricing, quality and designs.
Defying moral outrage is risky, but an emerging star - Aamito Stecie Lagum - hopes fancy footwork will take her beyond borders.
Photographer George Hallet has devoted his career to making images of people many others would prefer to ignore.
As gentrification and the rise of megacities sparks conversation, just what can we expect from the arrival of Studio-X's "laboratories" in Africa?
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.
Robyn Sassen remembers Frank Jolles as an ?uncompromisingly scrupulous cultural scholar.
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.
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.