New albums from Prince are always welcome but it is hard for him to match his impossibly high standards, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
'The Journal Of A South African Zombie Apocalypse' tells the story of courage, devotion and self-sacrifice, writes Pat Schwartz.
Nick Mulgrew sat down with Masande Ntshanga to discuss one of this year’s most startling novels, 'The Reactive’.
Light is shed on the keepers of secrets.
Now is an exciting time for cars and scents, because we can harness smell to tell a story about the beliefs of a brand, writes Tammy Violet Frazer.
The M&G's weekly round-up of the country's hot-ticket events.
Recognition for filmmaker Ramadan Suleman is from conversations created around his films, not the numbers at the box office, writes Katlego Mkhwanazi.
The international event shone the spotlight on the extraordinary impact the country’s musicians - past and present - have had on the genre.
The TV network has cancelled a Bill Cosby project as actress Janice Dickinson became the third woman to allege she'd been assaulted by the comic.
The Claude Cozens Trio and US singer Amel Larrieux are some of many musicians announced to play at the annual, weekend-long event in March next year.
The Hollywood Film Awards in LA on Friday night saw Benedict Cumberbatch and Julianne Moore taking top honours alongside film "Gone Girl".
Wangechi Mutu’s depiction of the black female form explores current experiences and the way history and politics frame and shape that experience.
Described as the coffee-table book “every little black girl” should own, ‘Dark Girls’ celebrates dark-skinned women.
Doing Hair, an exhibition that aimed to explore the sociocultural representation of hair in Africa fails to address the right questions.
Siphiwe Mpye rejects the notion that the modern male can be boxed into yet another trendy archetype.
At the back end of the reality TV star's nude shoot for Paper magazine, all we’re left with is provocation for provocation’s sake and little insight.
M&G's weekly round-up of the country's hot-ticket events.
The results from our body image survey are in. You said Beyoncé, Boity Thulo, Minnie Dlamini and Kim Kardashian have the ideal bodies.
The African Creative Economy Conference that takes place in Morocco this week will shine a spotlight on the role of artists as agents of change.