The US's New Visions/New Voices festival is collaborating with Assitej SA and the Soweto Theatre on a project to nurture theatre for young audiences.
One of SA’s top jazz trumpeters has roped in an orchestra to add a new side to his sound.
The beautiful poems written by a ‘quieted’ Eliza Kentridge could well be viewed as visual art.
A young playwright tells how the Sophiatown-era writer provided the inspiration for a new play.
From Pops Mohamed and Dave Reynolds's show to the Intellectual Property Exhibition at KZNSA Gallery, we've rounded up this week's hot-ticket events.
What characterises South African writing since 1994 and distinguishes it from its past? This edited excerpt from Leon de Kock's book offers answers.
Creative and artistic director of Vanessa G is the latest South African designer to own and open a freestanding store in the UK.
Who could have guessed that global warming would help make Sweden’s summers ripe for viticulture?
Athi-Patra Ruga's National Arts Festival show brings to mind a neo-avant-gardist catwalk display or an opening act for Lady Gaga, writes Athi Joja.
A curious new exhibition for nerds and fans alike shows the hits and misses of album artwork - and the covers too rude to use.
Paramount is the latest studio to reboot its movies as TV series, with the likes of Minority Report and Shutter Island to get the treatment.
Applications are now open for the Future NEWS 2015 media conference in Edinburgh.
From West Africans winning big to complaints of the show's lack of African hosts, we take a look at this weekend's MTV Mamas.
Harper Lee’s lawyer, Tonja Carter, says there may be a third novel by Lee.
The MTV awards are out to reward those who have helped put the continent on the global music map
Turbine Art Fair 2015 is on this weekend, showcasing artists on the way up, which means the works will be affordable.
From the 969 Festival to English singer-songwriter Ben Howard's performance in South Africa, we've rounded up this week's not-to-be-missed events.
When a painter is called upon to twist a tryst ‘twixt cardinal and mistress into art, comic erotica ensues.
Ahead of his Nu World Festival show, Kanda Bongo Man talks on why South Africa holds a special place in his heart.