As SA's most decorated playwright, takes to the stage for the last time, he explains why he will never lose his optimism for the country’s future.
The Market Theatre's James Ngcobo is just as committed to newcomers as he is to classic plays, writes Perzy Zvomuya.
The Blue Iris, a new work from the pen of 80-year-old Athol Fugard, is as delicate and finely detailed as the flower from which it takes its name.
A new documentary charts the struggle of playwright Athol Fugard against the violence of apartheid.
World-renowned and mostly overseas-based, Athol Fugard finds that he inevitably writes for fellow South Africans, whose code he mastered long ago.
District Six, in the east end of Cape Town, was once one of the most culturally mixed neighbourhoods in South Africa.
Brent Meersman chats to the irrepressible playwright, Athol Fugard, ahead of the premiere of his latest play, The Train Driver.
IN The Island, two political prisoners on Robben Island perform a version of Antigone to their cellmates and their warders.
If plays stay on stage, never making their way on to the page, South Africans could lose an important aspect of their culture. But not if Robin Malan'
Shaun de Waal on non-fiction that examines South African senses of space.