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The Portfolio: Tshepiso Mazibuko

Photographer Tshepiso Mazibuko says she is an artist at heart, and lets her imagination take control

The Portfolio: Nocebo Bucibo

Photographer Nocebo Bucibo explores the role of photography in the production of the Thokoza hostels as spaces

Football legend Maradona dies

The Argentinian icon died at his home on Wednesday, two weeks after having surgery on a blood clot in his brain

Talking Bodies: Photographers use self-portraits to tell stories

Mandisa Buthelezi and Thembi Mthembu are adding depth to the photographic archive through their self-portraits with captions and historical reframing

Mexico with its take on the dead

The celebration of the dead finds a resonance with the works of some of our leading creatives

Football takes a U-turn on its way ‘home’

How an earwormy, tongue-in-cheek song became an anthem of hope for Three Lions believers

‘Umlindelo’ captures the insider’s view from without

Umlindelo wa Makholwa is not a series of images about religion, although it is born of religion

The essayist who froze history’s quiet moments

David Goldblatt has left South African documentary photography incalculably richer, writes Niren Tolsi

David Goldblatt has died

The renowned photographer passed away in the early hours of Monday morning.

And God said: Let there be football

With substantially more followers than Christianity’s 2.3-billion, the beautiful game is a religion all of its own

The structures that David Goldblatt values

Photographer David Goldblatt and Jeremy Kuper discuss old monuments and moves by students to have statues like that of Cecil John Rhodes removed.

David Goldblatt on Ranjith Kally’s ‘Memory Against Forgetting’

David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events

David Goldblatt’s landscapes of high voltage

Never obvious, photographer David Goldblatt’s landscapes are elegiac, silent – and monumental, writes Melvyn Minnaar.

Ayanda Mabulu’s painting back on display at Jo’burg art fair

Ayanda Mabulu's Yakhali'inkomo -- Black Man's Cry has been put back on display at the FNB Joburg Art Fair.

Art Fair forced to reinstate Mabulu painting after Goldblatt threat

The Jo'burg Art Fair will allow Ayanda Mabulu's controversial painting to stay after featured artist David Goldblatt threatened to quit in protest.

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