Viewers of the Agnus Dei video are like lambs to the slaughter in the jumble of philosophy and language.
From the Vodacom In the City music festival to the Japanese Film Festival, here are this week's hot-ticket events.
From Cassper Nyovest's response to AKA to Anton Kannemeyer's latest exhibition, we look at the news that had us talking.
Late style shows up in Milan Kundera's 'The Festival of Insignificance'.
The announcement that water has been found on Mars just happens to have emerged at the same time as the Matt Damon film is released. Spooky, or what?
Speculative fiction, science fiction, fantasy, thriller – who cares about genres when the writing is as good as in the novels reviewed here.
With articles on guitar goddesses such as St Vincent written by women, the magazine dispels the myth that learning to shred is a male-only pursuit.
Food has been at the forefront of Lima's cultural renaissance, which has given its people creative confidence.
From Zahara's latest album going gold to Kris Jenner's emotional scene on Keeping up with the Kardashians, here's what had us talking.
Two cookbooks give meat (and veggies) a grilling and give tips that will take your game to a new level.
Singing hits from his over two-decade-long career, US star Pharrell Williams's shows in Jo'burg and the Cape wowed crowds and caused controversy.
Executive producer of Joy of Jazz Peter Tladi talks about the young fresh talent at the festival and the improvements they've made to the festival.
These serial dramas are meant to run for a finite period, but are such a hit among viewers that the temptation to extend them is hard to resist.
For decades, the diverse musician has been at the cutting edge of music in South Africa, and he is still there, pushing the boundaries.
Sophiatown Heritage and Cultural Centre has become a lighthouse for a cultural expansion into a future Sophiatown cultural and heritage precinct.
With a new show out on MTV, playing pranks comes naturally to the comedian who has become the man to avoid.
Theatre and film input for black Britons remains low, say people in the industry, because those in charge are too conservative in their thinking.
From Cassper Nyovest's new track "Ashes 2 Ashes" to Hollywood novelist Jackie Collins's death, here's what has been making headlines this weekend.
Curtain up for the cabaret marking the moment the Nats clutched at their pearls.