Noted novelist Zakes Mda and debut writer Penny Busetto take the University of Johannesburg awards.
The group Jittery Citizens hopes to establish a solid improvisational comedy scene in South Africa with their unconventional comedy.
From live shows to screenings, the arts desk rounds up some highlights from the festival.
Aryan Kaganof’s film about Wits deceptively reflects on the political grandstanding at the institution.
From the Fête de la Musique festival to the Azishe! dance festival, we've rounded up this week's not-to-be-missed events.
The travel giant is looking to the world’s top tourist market to turn around its ailing fortunes.
Ahead of their Jo'burg performance on Friday, we caught up with Sakumzi Qumana and Chris Lombard to talk about the band's reincarnation.
Angelo Scirocco is passionate about sharing SA cuisine with the world, and has been selected to represent Africa in an international competition.
From Instagrams to Twitter feeds, check out these five platforms dedicated to conversations on visual art, history and culture from the POC world.
More than 1m readers in the US alone have already bought Grey, which retells EL James's hit story from the hero's point of view.
From Taylor Swift's open letter to Apple Music to celebs covering Nina Simone classics, we round up the weekend's entertainment news.
Khoi and San scions are honouring their ancient dance tradition in a US competition next month but they lack all the funding they need.
Transformation of South Africa’s literary scene will take more than one writer crying ambiguously.
After his declaration at the Franschhoek Literary Festival to opt out of the "colonial literary system", the author clarifies his point
Loyiso Gola chats about the role of his comedy and how it feels to score a spot on an Aussie talk show.
We recently caught up with the US-born Nigerian artist and activist, whose work on show at Speaking Back tackles Nigeria's anti-gay law.
SA-born Curator Natasha Becker widens the geographical loupe to enable women artists to speak out in "Speaking Back".
English designer Thomas Heatherwick shares his vision for Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, which he describes as a place of imagination.
From Loyiso Gola's live show to the State Theatre's Youth Expression Festival, we've rounded up this week's not-to-be-missed events.