Zaza Hlalethwa

Covid-19 cancellations hurt artists

Artist have criticised the minister’s lack of vision; meanwhile, small businesses are also being hit hard

Wear the weight of emotions

With vulnerability being the work's primary reference, the ceramic jewellery made and designed by Githan Coopoo is more than adornment

Clenergy restaurant says you are what you eat

The restaurant’s guilt free dining experience is laced with a disconcerting diet culture message

Lady Zamar: Is a woman’s word ever good enough on its own?

After news that house songstress Lady Zamar opened a rape case against hip-hop crooner Sjava, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival has removed him from its 2020 lineup

Netflix surrenders to the Film and Publication Board

The streaming service will now rate its films according to violence, sexual content, nudity, prejudice and age restrictions, in line with South Africa’s regulations

Legend Manqele: Raising the bar his destiny

The founder tells of how he went from walking Jozi’s streets for work to running a media house

What Queen Sono sounds like

Together with songs to look out for in the series, Zaza Hlalethwa asked the cast for songs that encapsulated their experience on the set of the Netflix original series Queen Sono.

Poppie Nongena: The trouble with this truncated film adaptation

In the original novel, readers are exposed to Poppie Nongena’s backstory, highlighting the effects of apartheid. But the film’s visual shorthand doesn’t capture the nuances

Pola Maneli asks: “Do you feel seen?”

Pola Maneli’s latest work, ‘An Indigenous I/Eye’, is an attempt to visualise blackness

The rebirth of Lazi Mathebula

The artist has moved out of the corporate world and is working in a new medium

Boity takes control of her story

Reality shows such as Own Your Throne may be banal, but affluence attracts viewers

A ghostbusting care package

A multimedia care package of reading material, series, movies and music to indulge in if you're ghosted

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