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Nakhane: I have no problem with being pigeonholed as a queer artist.

The artist (pronouns: they/he) spoke to Zaza Hlalethwa about creating new work, temporary migration and coming back home

Mx Blouse and the new-age genre-busters

From the fringes, a different breed of musicians is disrupting established norms

On our Lists this week: Sad girls, Nakhane, and Being Black.

In between working on Friday copy, this is what the team reads, listens to and watches.

A new life for Nakhane

His second album, 'You Will Not Die', like his first, is a clear declaration of where the artist currently is

Outcry over Inxeba’s porn rating

The controversial — and award-winning — film can now only be screened in adult-only cinemas

Disagreement cannot extend to censorship

Critics argue the film threatens to reveal the secrets of ulwaluko, Xhosa initiation rituals that are purposely shrouded in mystery.

Patriarchy is not just a black thing, FYI

The second documentary in MTV Base's series of films on South African issues fails to render an inclusive image of the sources of toxic masculinity

All-or-nothing Nakhane’s happy

The multitalented artist, writer and actor is approaching 30 and feels that he is now settling into who he really is

Little Suns: Bloody past in the tense present

Zakes Mda says his historical novels, such as his latest, ‘Little Suns’, grapple with the same issues that currently plague South Africa.

Two writers ‘put flesh on the bones’ of our forgotten histories

Veteran writer Zakes Mda and first-time novelist Nakhane Touré discover they are more similar in their views than they thought.

There’s a Bowie in all of us

As tributes continue to pour in for rock legend David Bowie, South African artists take some time out to remember music's ultimate chameleon.

What’s On: November 27 to December 3

A round up of this week's can't-miss events.

Nakhane Toure: Dreaming the black man’s blues

Swapping the stage for the page, Nakhane Touré’s debut novel Piggy Boy’s Blues reveals a brave new literary voice.

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