Faye Kabali-Kagwa

Play about refugees fleeing as relevant today as it was 12 years ago

‘Every Year, Every Day I Am Walking’ has travelled to 25 countries and is back in Cape Town

Luv hub for lonely Capetonians

Young black professionals have found a place that offers support, community and a network

The chameleon: Musonda Kabwe

Musonda Kabwe's graphics are bold and often include an interesting interplay between traditional and digital media.

Poets reclaim Cape Town’s historical narrative

A jamboree of poets traverses the city, feels it’s pain and emerges to restore what was taken

Poets’ society revolution

The recognition garnered by young poets’ collections should make the publishing industry reflect on the state of South Africans’ poetic landscape

Reimagining the lens of land

Shifting perspectives as well as transposing characters and concepts, Nwabisa Plaatjie gives a new spin to an old play

We flew out of the creative nest

Cape Town’s Creative Nestlings and Boaston Society gave ­creative people of colour a taste of who they could be

Children’s theatre festival cradled creativity and encouraged empathy

"Theatre is often a space in which empathetic listening happens, and very often unknowingly"

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