Racial stereotypes and political correctness are put under the microscope in the film, "Dear White People".
George RR Martin believes right-wing science fiction writers have wrecked the Hugo Awards.
Writing history is often a matter of rewriting earlier histories as present perspectives shift and change.
Ivy May Stuart answers our questions about her debut historical novel '?An Unreasonable Woman', which foregrounds the women’s rights movement.
The fall of apartheid’s structures has allowed fiction to explore a range of social issues.
The annual Sanlam prize for youth literature attracts welcome additions to young adult literature, particularly the 2013 gold and silver winners.
Inside Africa's first truly "green hotel", Hotel Verde.
Hip Hop artist Riky Rick talks fatherhood and relationships in his latest album, "Family Values".
There are fears that the Cultural and Creative Industries Federation of SA is an attempt to control the industry through a centralised structure.
As refreshing as Mahlangu's writing may be, a fellow writer highlights a few technical flaws in the penning of his prize-winning "Penumbra".
Up-and-coming local filmmakers will showcase their short films in cinemas across the country in the months of April and May.
We look at the winners and highlights from the South African Music Awards.
From a powerful prose of a writer to the cancellation of music shows, we look at how the recent attacks have shaken up the arts.
From Kanye West's Time magazine cover and Coachella show to showbiz dads showing love for their spawn, we look at the news that had us talking.
Sean O'Toole suggests taking a few pages out of Egypt's book and venture something brave for SA pavilion rather than big empty ideas.
A new biopic examines the life of the tortured grunge king and the clash of ordinariness and iconicity.
Cape Town Vegan Challenge is an invitation to try veganism for a month and several restaurants have taken up the gauntlet, writes Brent Meersman.
As the launch of the artists at the exhibition shows a lack of black female artists and comes under tight deadlines, we chat to the pavilion curators.
The imagining of a friendship between Sol Plaatje and Cecil Rhodes feels particularly relevant right now.