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3 Minutes with Langa Mavuso

M&G Friday caught up with jazz performer Langa Mavuso, who is putting old ideas of masculinity to sleep and breaking rules of music distribution.

Slice of Life: Learning from a place of failure

To find self-value in an industry that at times makes artists feel small can be a lifelong journey

​The Foxy Five: Issue-driven, thinly written but rich with potential

The creator of  ‘The Foxy Five’ deserves praise, but the writing could improve.

Entertainment news: Dineo Moeketsi’s alleged altercation, Pharrell makes SA happy

From Pharrell Williams's SA tour to Drake's new song with Beyonce, we look at the news that had us talking this weekend.

Entertainment news: Safta winners and Suge Knight have us talking

From the best actors and actresses at the Safta awards to Suge Knight collapsing in court, we've rounded up the news you might have missed here.

The Creative Showcase: Exploring the female gaze by Billie Zangewa

A weekly round-up of South Africa's creative community and projects, by Between 10and5.

Letters to the editor: May 30 to June 5 2014

M&G readers speak their minds about policies against European culture in the arts and EFF commissar Andile Mngxitama's open letter to Richard Branson.

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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