Arts and Culture

The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
Winter — a group exhibition: This group exhibition by Everard Read Cape Town brings patrons paintings and sculptures by artists including Skubalisto, Velaphi Mzimba, Sanell Aggenbach, Philip Barlow, Deborah Bell, Nic Blade and Ricky Dyaloyi....
The Portfolio: Cedric Nunn
The Portfolio: Cedric Nunn
Memorialisation was a fairly important theme throughout the Unsettled project, published in 2015 as Unsettled: One Hundred Years War...
Lady Skollie: A pussy power prophet delivering us from Good and Evil
Lady Skollie: A pussy power prophet delivering us from Good and Evil
The Bible says that when Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt and into the land of milk and honey, he had been told to do so by the Lord, who...
Nans’ indaba my children: In Africa with Avi and Kumbi
Nans’ indaba my children: In Africa with Avi and Kumbi
‘Initially, it was gonna be just trivia. Like, ‘What is the highest mountain?’ Volcanoes, you know, just fun,” says historian and educationist Nomalanga Mkhize about the evolution of a new children’s book, In Africa with Avi and Kumbi, published through the imprint Phaphamani...
To read, play and eat cupcakes in Tembisa
To read, play and eat cupcakes in Tembisa
Storytelling is an ancient art that remains central to human communication. In a country such as South Africa, which is faced with a reading...
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
I am Trans: This play depicts a developing romantic relationship between a cisgender woman and a transgender man during...
Still fighting “black privilege” in fair Cape
Still fighting “black privilege” in fair Cape
Privilege (n): a special right or advantage that only one person or group has.
Rāms’s feet touch the ground and sky
Rāms’s feet touch the ground and sky
A significant portion of the upward trajectory of Rāms’s career has to do with his intuition. The Johannesburg-based rapper has a sixth sense...
Always blame the black boys
Always blame the black boys
‘Every young black male who was in the park last night is a suspect in the rape of that woman,” says Felicity Huffman, playing Linda Fairstein...
The radical afterlives of Frantz Fanon
The radical afterlives of Frantz Fanon
When Frantz Fanon was in late stages of leukemia at age 36, he was flown to a hospital in Bethesda, Maryland in the United States, for surgery. His...
Moving encounters with misfits and megastars
Moving encounters with misfits and megastars
Since 1982, the year in which Billy Monk’s only photo exhibition took place and the year of his death, he has been known as a photographer for a...
Our starch cravings date back to cave dwellers
Our starch cravings date back to cave dwellers
Starches have been dietary staples for even longer than we thought. Archaeological evidence now confirms that humans have been cooking plant...
Trawling the streets of Asia for food
Trawling the streets of Asia for food
In a time when class lines are widening and people exist in smartphone silos, “street food is one of the few things left that glues people...
Rap rebel without a pause
Rap rebel without a pause
For much of his career, motswako rapper Mo’Molemi has attempted to capture and make sense of the precarious position young black people...

Client Media Releases

What makes IIE Rosebank College cool?
UKZN supports #CrazySocks4Docs campaign
The right to take refuge
Taking Sanral to Upington