The Morning Market is enticing the palates of Durbanites with a range of locally produced fare.
As rental prices go up and neighbourhoods begin to look the same, artists nationwide are finding themselves out in the cold.
As gentrification and the rise of megacities sparks conversation, just what can we expect from the arrival of Studio-X's "laboratories" in Africa?
A new tourist initiative takes off in one of the city's most vibrant neighbourhoods.
An exhibition based on Lauren Beukes's "Zoo City" taps into the gritty energy of Jo'burg while exploring the concept of the human and urban animal.
Design is no longer the poor relative of the arts and, with global interest mounting, the field's top pieces are now fetching comparative prices.
With its "rejuvenated" spaces and need to provide a sense of security, cleanliness and order, how integrated is the "integrated" Maboneng Precinct?
Colleen du Toit, chief executive, Charities Aid Foundation, Maboneng Precinct responds to an article about evictions on Main street.
Victims of an alleged building hijacking are staying close to protect what little they have.
From a 'beach' to a reggae club, from the lap of luxury to a basketball court -- it's all happening on the top floors of of Jo'burg buildings.
The recent launch of expansion plans for the Maboneng precinct raises the question: Just who will be left out of the inner-city plan?
A new Jo'burg initiative is bringing people back to the city's streets.
Two developers are determined to bring life back to 'dead' areas of inner-city Johannesburg.
12 Decades, Johannesburg's first art hotel, commissioned 12 designers each to create a room with a theme based on a decade in the city's history.