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The essayist who froze history’s quiet moments

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

Weaving rugs into works of art

The founder of textile business The Ninevites wants to move away from the idea of craft as something you buy at the local flea market

The Cosmic wayfarers: Dear Ribane

Dear Ribane's fluidity and seamless movement between artistic mediums makes enclosing them into a single realm of art

The chameleon: Musonda Kabwe

Musonda Kabwe's graphics are bold and often include an interesting interplay between traditional and digital media.

The rise of citizen-led design as an answer to century-old models

People should be at the heart of all good design, which several new projects are acknowledging.

Design Indaba 2015: It’s a wrap

Though the ticket price for the conference is prohibitive for most, the three-day design and music showcase is worth it for those with deep pockets.

Don’t Miss This: February 20 – 26

From the Jozi Film Festival to the Cape Town Art Fair, we round-up some of the country's hot-ticket events.

Sindiso Khumalo: ‘Buildings’ made of cloth

Raised in Durban but now resident in London, Sindiso Khumalo’s textiles, on show at the 2015 Design Indaba, are a tapestry of her past and present.

The next crop of South African creatives

Take a look at three of the 40 up-and-coming design stars selected for Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives programme, who will make their mark in 2015.

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