White people civilising each other are irrelevant to a black agenda, argues Kwanele Sosibo.
A surprising union has resulted in the rekindling and resurgence and of a unique genre of music from Zambia.
There is irreplaceable value in both convenient and inconvenient friendships, writes Milisuthando Bongela.
The founder of a Cape Town food club explains how it came into being and chronicles how she prepares her labour of love.
An exhibit of African identity featuring continental and diasporic artists such as Lerato Shadi, Felix Mula and Louis Kakudi.
The Lists is compiled by Milisuthando Bongela, Katlego Mkhwanazi and Kwanele Sosibo.
The kiba champion has helped singer and composer Nono Nkoane redefine the position of her music in relation to jazz, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
When the possibility of male-on-male molestation rears its head, hip-hop’s voices of conscience clam up.
Brent Meersman ponders whether veganism and being a food writer can go together.
Lukhanyo Mdingi is a fashion star on the rise. And while he’s shining on the international stage, his focus is on rebuilding his home ground.
Bridge Books looks to change Johannesburg's book dealing landscape.
The Wakanda language spoken by Black Panther is based on isiXhosa.
Will the pairing of J&B's Urban Honey with Rendani Nemakhavhani's fotonovela The Honey prove to be another exploitative union?
While travelling the back roads, cities and towns of South Africa on an extended project, Ishay Govender-Ypma finds that people’s goodwill wins out.
Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller seeks to give a fresh look at the country’s known disproportions.
In her new novel, author Yewande Omotoso takes the political into a private space.
Dennis’s first solo exhibition maps out and rejects SA’s popularised social fictions.
We have our own historical justifications for the ways in which we spend our money, writes Milisuthando Bongela.
The event presents a line-up of musicians from the continent, international artists and diasporic Africans.