Milisuthando Bongela expresses a yearning to be "a free writer" and the responsibility that lies on the shoulders of African writers.
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.
The book of the US boxer's double life is packed with pathos, writes Gavin Evans.
The annual walk in the steps of Lesotho’s founder brings the pilgrim into close contact with its people, their land and history.
Carla Busuttil’s latest exhibition looks at the quirks of South African suburban living and the exclusion of poor people from wealthy areas.
Richard Pithouse's Writing The Decline provides a snapshot of the Zuma Years.
Pollsmoor prison restaurant serves the Cape Town public food. Milisuthando Bongela reflects on the ethics of running a prison restaurant.
Beyond being a source of food, the bovine boasts a rich history of esteem in African ritual, culture and spiritual life.
The local wine market has increased in volume, thanks to the entry of new rosé brands.
Immigrants flavour their pockets of the city in a way that the sterile suburbs fail to.
Will gqom's precarious position in the kwaito food chain get the better of Bhizer?
Several groups have been established in Cape Town primarily to show off the work of black creatives who find themselves marginalised.