James Kuiper is bringing the sexy back in healthy meals that are gluten, soya, sugar and preservatives free.
Award-winning debut is a powerful meditation on class, gender, identity and imperial expansionism.
Jazz singer Nomfundo Xaluva has won the 2014 Arts and Culture Trust ImpACT Award for Young Professionals in the music and singing category.
The Oslo World Music Festival paid tribute to the role of music in addressing historical and contemporary struggles for freedom.
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From Tumi Molekane's 'In Defence of my Art' to illustrations by Albino Creations, here's your round up of the showcases in SA's creative community.
Vocalist and instrumentalist Yannick Ilunga shares his experiences, from being black in Europe to spirituality in music, before the release of his EP.
Actor Idris Elba talks about ‘Mi Mandela’, a Luther-inspired album and his directorial film debut.
Following Simphiwe Dana's scathing tweets about a photo of the star holding women by hair leashes, Molekane says the imagery aims to tell a story.
‘Star Fish’ is not just a collection of tasty recipes; it is underpinned by environmental imperatives too.
Acclaimed director Mike Nichols has died, aged 83. Here are clips from ten of his pivotal movies - and why they’re important.
New albums from Prince are always welcome but it is hard for him to match his impossibly high standards, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
Romancing the elusive Palestinian musakhan pie that your stomach will remember when it thinks back to being in this part of the world.
'The Journal Of A South African Zombie Apocalypse' tells the story of courage, devotion and self-sacrifice, writes Pat Schwartz.
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.
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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 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.