Local musician follows in the footsteps of the jazz greats with his cool sounds and dress
The legendary jazz musician would be turning 90 this week
The poet’s new book does the necessary work of reinscribing women into history, but is it poetry
Veteran journalist Felicia Mabuza-Suttle tells us about how she dealt with patriarchy, her passion for youth development and why she is a germaphobe
Although it is in many ways a prohibitive instrument, particularly in terms of access, the piano offers both simplicity and richness to this songwriter
It is the ANC as a whole that maintains a bureaucratic view of the arts, failing to afford it its proper place in society
Cyril Ramaphosa has ushered in a new dawn but poverty and inequality trip up our hopes
The pairing of Nina Simone and Moses Sumney raises questions at the epicentre of life and love
Black feminist activist and theorist, writer and teacher Angela Davis will deliver the annual Steve Biko Memorial Lecture at Unisa on Friday.
Family dynasties of musical legends allow us to vicariously indulge our nostalgia – but, surely, there’s a purpose beyond that.
The Nina Simone biopic debacle shows there will always be a problem when the representation of another is concerned, writes Mpho Moshe Matheolane.
Esther Addley asks whether Amy Winehouse’s overdose will make the talented singer alter her lifestyle.