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Rosé in the pink on local wine market

The local wine market has increased in volume, thanks to the entry of new rosé brands.

SA youth take centre stage in a new anthology of writing

From issues of race, drugs and sex to the importance of culture, young writers reflect on life in post-1994 South Africa in a new e-book anthology.

Napo Masheane sings a new song of freedom

Napo Masheane draws on the Women’s March of 1956 to add depth to her play about politics in present-day South Africa.

Joy of Jazz: ‘Young jazz musicians have taken over’

Executive producer of Joy of Jazz Peter Tladi talks about the young fresh talent at the festival and the improvements they've made to the festival.

Loyiso Mkize on the pursuit of African excellence

Butterworth-born artist speaks about the influences and ideas behind his latest solo exhibition.

Rise up and walk to Pamela Nomvete’s arts fiesta

No longer the über-soapie vixen, Pamela Nomvete now champions young artists at a new festival.

2015: The year in music videos … so far

From Hiro Murai's thermal visuals for Earl Sweatshirt to the vibrant black and white shots for Mbongwana Star, here are 10 mind blowing videos.

Utatakho – A dose of paternity drama

Actor and music star Zola speaks to the Mail & Guardian about fatherhood and the new reality TV show Utatakho.

Marikana musical wins big at Naledi Theatre awards

A new stage work on the tragedy is named one of the year's best shows and a reworking of the vintage "Rocky Horror Show" fares well.

Mafia tales and sitcoms give SA actor a Hollywood rush

Having swapped tennis playing for the bright lights of stage and screen, Stelio Savante is making critical waves in Tinseltown.

The Bala Brothers go global

The Bala Brothers's debut on American TV network PBS has opened the way to international fame for the trio, who will tour the US later this year.

Township funeral: Wie sien ons?

In March, Soshanguve made the news after a video showing women twerking and gyrating at a cemetery during a burial ceremony, went viral.

What to expect at National Arts Festival 2015

This year’s National Arts Festival sees satire take centre stage and a bigger representation of female artists on the programme.

‘Marikana: The Musical’ scores 13 nominations

The Naledi Theatre awards have honoured the show, which depicts the infamous mineworkers massacre, by shortlisting it in various categories.

Upbeat audience for Hear Me Move

The township dance style sbujwa is taking the silver screen by storm, espousing dance technique if not fabulous story telling.

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Mboweni says no more Zondo funding as court extends commission’s lifespan

The finance minister suggests money should be found from the cash-strapped justice department

SABC retrenchment process set to be finalised on Friday

At a portfolio committee meeting on Tuesday, developing a sustainable funding model for the SABC was top of the agenda

Slain top cop blamed for not cooperating with police

The widow of Charl Kinnear submitted a petition to parliament to find out why protection services were withdrawn before her husband’s assassination

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