The latest Jan Smuts biography explores but does not fully explain the terrible blots in his otherwise brilliant career.
From flying surrealists to phoney engagements, the "Performing for the Camera" exhibition aims to show the various ways in which photography is used.
From the Screen Actors Guild Awards winners to South Africa's newest singing TV show, we round up the news that had us talking this week.
The little-known city of Sharjah deservedly plays a very special role in the Emirates.
Artist Meleko Mokgosi explores the ruse of democracy and the agency of individuals within it.
‘Final Solution’ balances stories of Nazi Germany and the extermination of Europe’s Jews and reveals the treatment meted out to them post-World War II
Poor city planning and failed public-private partnerships doomed the floating building that what was to be Rotterdam’s pride.
From "The Family Portrait" dance production to the "Who Are We" anti-xenophobia event, we round up this week's hot-ticket events.
The all-male a cappella singing group received its 16th Grammy award nomination for the album "Music from Inala".
From a South African student being shortlisted for an Oscar to Pearl Thusi being suspended from Metro FM, we round up the news that had us talking.
The actor, twice nominated for an Academy award, joins diversity debate saying homophobia is as much a problem as racism in Hollywood.
At 238° in a stream of hot air the roastmeister of the Magaliesberg toasts the perfect coffee beans.
Violence and murder – of Marikana miners and foreigners – inspired works by saxophonist Salim Washington
Roger Ballen's images in his latest book 'The House Project' will shake you to your very foundations.
The promise of the new and the shackles of the old test a Zimbabwean woman’s resolve.
From Salim Washington's new compositions to William Kentridge's new work, we round up this week's hot-ticket events.
After moderate success producing for South Africa's A-list hip-hop acts, South African electro producer Muzi has set up shop in Berlin.
Johann van der Schijff's I to I questions the permanence of monuments and looks at alternative public art models.
Recalling the history of the movement reminds us there are still places where women cannot vote.