Vus'umuzi Phakathi

Where to from here for the hotel and hospitality industry?

Innovation is the metronome to the rhythm of survival and triumph

Gods on earth: ‘The Brothers Size’ review

Gods find their freedom in this staging of   Tarell Alvin McCraney’s play at the Market Theatre

The endless darkness of mourning: ‘Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Boléro’ returns

A tour de force of 20 dancers from Gregory Maqoma’s Vuyani Dance Company, and 18 singers as fellow mourners, Cion unpacks the centuries of incessant mourning by black people

The work of Patrick Shai: A pleasurable pleasure to experience

A champion against gender-based violence, Shai’s private life was often relfected in his public work, and his acting roles

Prepare to enter the ‘Hauntings’

The voices and the stories in this collection let you connect with the empty spaces in your mind

Review: Koleka Putuma brings black women history back into the fold

The poet’s new book does the necessary work of reinscribing women into history, but is it poetry

The voices in Makhafula Vilakazi’s head

A poet raised in transit, Makhafula Vilakazi speaks from the margins, even as he has almost escaped them

Pass Over: Waiting for nothing less than a shift

Playwright Antoinette Nwandu’s response to Waiting for Godot is a crystal-clear directive: stop killing us

Comic Loyiso Gola’s ‘Unlearning’ is superb storytelling, but just that

“How much of your life is just living off other people’s expectations of you?” he asks in his new special. While thought-provoking, the real question is: Is it funny?

Review: ‘The Mother of All Eating’ suffers an unworthy restaging

The Market Theatre’s latest incarnation of Zakes Mda’s play is found sorely wanting

The Portfolio: Tshepiso Mazibuko

Photographer Tshepiso Mazibuko says she is an artist at heart, and lets her imagination take control

The Portfolio: Nocebo Bucibo

Photographer Nocebo Bucibo explores the role of photography in the production of the Thokoza hostels as spaces

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