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Latest design and foodie trends at Durban Home Garden Show

The event celebrates 40 years of the city’s design scene. The 2022 edition brings together fashion folk, beer culture, architecture and greenery, while giving visitors their cultural fix

A new wave of jazz is blowing through Mzansi

Nduduzo Makhathini’s release of his 10th studio album, In The Spirit of Ntu, is part of the ever evolving sound that is South African jazz. But what is the sound of the genre’s reinvention by the new generation of musicians — and is it still jazz?

One Show Two Takes: ‘Atlanta’

The season’s finale leaves our two reviewers wanting

Reframing rape through the lens of magical realism

Elisa Iannacone, herself a rape survivor, gives other survivors the power to present their stories through her photographic exhibition

Arts Bar hopping in Durban

Florida Road - where you’re immersed in all things that celebrate cultural craft - comes to KwaZulu-Natal for the first Arts Bar Festival.

Why the UN wants you to hit the road this World Bicycle Day

If this week’s inflation rise has made your eyes water, we understand. Here’s our top 10 bicycle brands to buy

Italian Republic Day brings the Rome Opera Ensemble to SA

South Africa’s Embassy in Italy hosts Rome Opera Ensemble concerts in Johannesburg and Cape Town to celebrate Italian Republic Day.

Joya Mooi’s homecoming tour reflects a deeper connection to her identity and roots

Dutch South-African songstress’s unfiltered lyricism, enchanting alternative R&B and jazz-infused sound will be gracing several stages during her first South African tour

Open Studios Joburg: Art for inner-city explorers

In the past few decades the Johannesburg inner city, like many urban centres worldwide, has become home to painters, photographers, printers and their imaginative...

Generations of storytelling: Charlie Vundla on his most personal film

The director talks about his third film, ‘Hotel On the Koppies’, making indie movies and finding outlets on streaming services

Book Review: ‘Now You Know How Mapetla Died’

Historian and author Zikhona Valela unravels the life and death of Black Consciousness activist Mapetla Mohapi, who died in detention in 1976

Africa Month: A taste of the cuisine the continent has to offer

Celebrate the African ‘year of nutrition’ by getting stuck into some of the tastiest food the continent can dish up.

OPINION | Thabo Mbkei reflects on the African Union, Africa Day and his foundation

Thabo Mbkei reflects on the African Union, Africa Day and his foundation

Magugu’s new collection challenges African fashion clichés

Mary Corrigall spoke to the celebrated South African designer on the release of the Heritage capsule collection.

Top 10 Fenty products you should own

After debuting her historically inclusive shade range, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty finally launches in Africa today.

Africa, is your time now?

The Windybrow Arts Centre in Joburg has a variety of performances for Africa Month

Put the Veuve on ice – the Bold Women Award arrives in SA

Now in its 50th year, the Veuve Clicquot Bold Women Award is launching in South Africa for the first time.

SA female filmmakers exhibit their work at Festival de Cannes

A candid story about love; and how human beings’ shortcomings get in the way

Experience Africa in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town

If you had the opportunity to explore South Africa, to really see it, be confused by it, fall in love with the good, bad...
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