Protests have brought activists to the centre of politics again, but these aren't the only voices heard. We look at the state of activism in SA today.
South African artist Zanele Muholi’s two shows come from different directions at the central issue: the (im)possibility of the task of mourning.
To mark 16 Days of Activism, Human Rights Watch has released a documentary about the work of LGBTI activist and award-winning artist Zanele Muholi.
SA's exhibition at this year's Venice Biennale includes works by a radically diverse group of artists - but it does not reflect an all-defining view.
Zanele Muholi has won the Freedom of Expression Index award over punk group Pussy Riot, filmmaker Haifaa al Mansour and cartoonist Aseem Trivedi.
2012 was a year where art made headlines. But there was more to the art world than the hype around Brett Murray's controversial work.
South African and French photographers powerfully investigate ideas around land and the role that photography plays in its representation.
Zanele Muholi's images of the lesbian, transgender and gay community have been chosen for a prestigious exhibition.
African photographers were well represented at the showcase in Paris due to the drive of one collector.Natalie Dixon
Zanele Muholi speaks about her documentary Difficult Love, and allowing "outsiders" to examine her life as a black lesbian in South Africa.
A new exhibition of South African photography in London documents both the disappointments of the post-Mandela era and the hopes of the 'born frees'.
A number of young South African artists, including the prodigy Nicholas Hlobo, are making waves in the international art world.
Flashy businessman Kenny Kunene is in for another lashing -- this time from artist Zanele Muholi, taking the mickey out of his sushi-serving models.
A round-up of the year's most controversial art stories, including unfinished elephants and the lesbians loathed by Lulu.
Sophie the maid, artist Mary Sibande's creation, looks down at the Jo'burg CBD from various billboards.
Female artists snubbed by Arts and Culture Minister Lulu Xingwana at an exhibition last year have called her response homophobic and unconstitutional.
A photography workshop allowed eight women to showcase their personal experience of being lesbian in South Africa, writes Jean Brundrit.