David Goldblatt is the featured artist at this year's Johannesburg Art Fair. He is showing work under the title The Frock and Other Pictures.
India Baird is a human rights lawyer who has taken the bench out of the courtroom and installed it in public spaces to create safe areas for women.
VIDEO: Meet Malibongwe Tyilo, a creative who is putting local fashion and design in the multimedia spotlight. He is an M&G 200 Young South African.
Trendy furniture and dĂ©cor brand Dokter and Misses showcases its urban designs at showroom and gallery CO-OP in Braamfontein, Jo'burg.
Jeweller Ambra Gambaleâ€™s excursion into memento mori started with a collection of roadkill - "silly things", she says, "little bird skulls".
Liesel Trautman decided she wanted to create an art form that could be both beautiful and practical, nourishing both spirit and body.
Listening to designer Chloe Townsend narrating the origin of Missibaba is like following Alice through a psychedelic Wonderland.
A rope is a line and a line is the basis of all the arts.
A digger, a pick-up truck, a sports car and a beach buggy make up ÂDokter and Missesâ€™ new range of self-assembly toy cars.
Curator Chris Springâ€™s journey into the world of African textiles began with the East African kangas, printed cloths usually worn by women.
A university study has highlighted the challenges facing the urban poor - and proposed ways to make the best of all they are likely to get.
Leanie van der Vyver says her designs are a reaction to the things that bother her about modern society.
This year's Design Indaba has delivered punch after thought-provoking punch of inspiration and insight into the design, cultural and social zeitgeist.
In its latest edition, the decorating and design magazine Visi has found a novel way to promote South African mohair.
Formica, the wipe-clean wonder surface that conquered the world with finishes like Skylark, Spindrift and Milano, is 100 years old.
L'MAD's first collection features 10 silk scarves featuring artwork from established and emerging South African artists.
Fortunate Moyo --- bartender, part-time musician and full-time jewellery apprentice at Keith White Designs --- does "a lot of creative work".
On World Toilet Day, we take a look at the state of public facilities, from the humblest latrines to the most opulent thrones.
When saying sorry isn't nearly enough, there is a way for you to wear your apartheid apology on your shirt.
A kitchen treasure-trove of something old and something cherished can be found at a local online store called the Lulushop.