An accomplished photographer in several parts of the world for six decades, he is still defined by his work in South Africa during the 1950s.
Malawi's going to need more than the Lake of Stars festival to provide the dramatic tourist boost it's in dire need of, writes Zodwa Kumalo-Valentine.
?In food, as in art, the overhyped and self-reverential is giving way to the fresh and the authentic, writes Bambina Olivares Wise.
Tammy Violet Frazer writes about the powerful link between smell and memory.
From Taylor's exhibition to Nando's latest television commercial, here's a weekly round-up of SA's creative community and projects, by Between 10and5.
The launch of the VIDI video-on-demand service signals a dramatic shift in the way South Africans will consume movies, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
The M&G's weekly round-up of the country's hot-ticket events.
The fashion designers new African heritage inspired spring/summer 2015 collection was shown at the New York Fashion Week.
UKZN Professor Michael Chapman remembers "the poet and human being" Mafika Gwala who passed away last week.
The trade union and the Creative Workers Union of SA agreed to campaign for the actors demands and ask viewers to "switch-off" from September 15.
With the passing of one of South Africa's finest poets, we pay tribute to his life and works.
To change a world in which news of white people overshadows that of black people, seek out media that take "the other" seriously, says Stefanie Jason.
The award-winning rapper has expressed his happiness over the withdrawal of the case against two police officers who shot and wounded him.
"The Noakes narrative has all the elements needed for a quasi-religious story," writes Brent Meersman.
The sitcom may be on constant replay, but it's a joy to rediscover how genuinely funny it was. The show's creators share the secrets of its success.
"In making Boyhood, Richard Linklater truly has created something never before seen in a fiction feature film," writes Nadia Neophytou.
Both Burns are a short respite from an emotionally bankrupt and consumerist world, offering instead creativity in remote, bleak settings.
South Africa's Cassper Nyovest and K.O dominate this year's nominations, with Nigeria's Davido matching their five nominations each.
In a world saturated by violence and sensation, true escape comes in Richard Linklater's moving film Boyhood.