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Poetic justice lights up an artist's life
Poetic justice lights up an artist's life
More often than not, when artists stumble into each other they chat about the state of the arts.
The long road to dethroning patriarchy
The long road to dethroning patriarchy
“If you flick through the design history books, you’ll notice that pretty much all the ‘great designers’ have something in common....
Letters to the editor: May 30 to June 5 2014
Letters to the editor: May 30 to June 5 2014
Hilary Prendini Toffoli's article on the funding of opera ("
East Africa ups the fashion stakes
East Africa ups the fashion stakes
The fashion industries of East Africa are still in the nascent stage, viewed less seriously than other sectors and under-resourced with no...
Art is education
Art is education
The next few days will see the Jo'burg Art Fair taking place in Sandton. The theme for this year’s fair appears to be centred on...
[Video]Soweto Theatre: A dream realised
[Video]Soweto Theatre: A dream realised
The R150-million Soweto Theatre complex opens this week and forms part of an ambitious development plan to revive Soweto's cultural life.
Zim's new age of boredom
Zim's new age of boredom
Life is terribly boring in Harare since people have decided to start being so nice to one another.
A way to keep the dust down
A way to keep the dust down
Particularly at this time of year, dust is the curse of desperate housewives. It is also the cause of sinus problems and lung irritations.
Cutting through black and white
Cutting through black and white
As he takes over the Market Theatre's training and development laboratory, Matjamela Motloung has written a flippant but provocative article for...

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