From Rise & Shine music Festival to Splashy Fen, we round up some of the country's hot ticket events.
Creating a new theatre audience using digital technology.
A small town in South Africa is the setting for the adventures of an unusual character in A Slim Green Silence by Beverly Rycroft (Umuzi).
The troubling themes of treachery, deception and duplicity lie at the dark heart of many recent books by South African authors.
An arts and culture entrepreneur launches a literature project aimed at promoting a culture of reading and writing.
Tributes pour in for popular Kwaito musician Senyaka Kekana, who died Wednesday morning after a short illness.
Marlene Van Niekerk's "two masterpieces" detail the aggravations of the political transition in South Africa - particularly for Afrikaners.
Hollywood actress, Angelina Jolie, removes ovaries and fallopian tubes to avoid the risk of ovarian cancer.
Is celebrity chef Pete Evans blissfully unaware of the harm paleo could cause children?
Photographer Cedric Nunn's travelling exhibition puts the spotlight on the South Africa's past that's been neglected, distorted or forgotten.
From the best actors and actresses at the Safta awards to Suge Knight collapsing in court, we've rounded up the news you might have missed here.
From bold headgear to fashion as a political statement, here are the top six trends from SAFW S/S 2015.
Funda college has cultivated generations of black artists. But today it is a shadow of its former proud self, bedevilled by a lack of funding.
As art education institutions like Funda college and African Art Centre face financial turmoil, another organisation tells us how it has flourished.