Milisuthando Bongela argues that the significance of Lemonade not only extends beyond the artist, but music itself.
Rhodes University’s Vashna Jagarnath explains why she teaches her history students about Prince.
The bard has been dead for 400 years, yet he speaks from the grave as clearly and wisely as ever.
Through her, we can think of a lineage of beautiful, black, brilliant women usurping power in an antiblack, antifemale world, writes Danielle Bowler.
Picture Africa is a 100% Textiles pavilion exhibition that zooms in on artists who use textiles and photography as a form of self-expression.
Artist Moshekwa Langa's own life inspired his latest installation, which speaks to "hidden histories".
Three South African musicians talk about the spell of the purple one.
The singer’s 12-track album seems to have been informed by ‘Becky with good hair’ but judging from song titles she forgave her wandering Jay-Z.
The SEX exhibition attempts to unpack sex through a timeline of events that took place in South Africa in the past decade.
Milisuthando Bongela expresses a yearning to be "a free writer" and the responsibility that lies on the shoulders of African writers.
Mail & Guardian photographer Oupa Nkosi pays tribute to the great Malian photographer.
Katlego Mkhwanazi celebrates the work of a Malian photographer who documented the country’s stylish youth.
Women are still being systematically subjugated by the ‘head’ of the household whose word is law.
Lefifi Tladi’s dream to preserve the memory of truly South African art for future generations to draw on is stillborn
The National Arts Festival has sets the stage for women to let their voices be heard.
This new documentary is a rollercoaster ride of students' struggles for free education. But does it move you?
Jabu Nala learned to make Zulu clay pots from her famous mother. For her, the process of pottery is a moving, spiritual one.
From umGushe, Bayishoza to SmaDlamini, writer Milisuthando Bongela asks "how did these games travel across the country"?
Milisuthando Bongela spoke to a Chicago photographer whose work pays homage to the art of African hair braiding.