Officially relaunching during this Art Week Joburg, the artist’s residency is full of history and a place for those long on vision but short of cash.
With a bit of crowdfunding and a large gathering of multidisciplinary artists, JHB Massive looks to make an impact at Accra’s Chale Wote art festival.
We recently caught up with the US-born Nigerian artist and activist, whose work on show at Speaking Back tackles Nigeria’s anti-gay law.
SA-born Curator Natasha Becker widens the geographical loupe to enable women artists to speak out in "Speaking Back".
Linking African photographic centres and practitioners, Centres of Learning for Photography in Africa aims to develop lens-based practices.
The screening of the documentary about NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden at SA’s Encounters documentary film festival is timely.
2015 marks a metamorphic time for the musician as he moves beyond revivalism and continues to explore a new sound with his trio.
Unlike the Joburg showcase, the SA pavilion will present a show that many believe does not reflect the demographics of SA.
Ahead of his performance at the Lifaqane-Mfecane festival in Lesotho, we chat to the rapper about his bucket list, the Samas and xenophobic attacks.
The newly appointed director of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival shares his plans and vision for taking the jazz festival forward.
Here’s our indepth round-up of the highlights from the Dance Umbrella programme this year.
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.
The feminist choreographer and dancer, whose activism is embedded in her art, tells Stefanie Jason that the fight for gender equality is not over.
The minister has vented out at the killing of Wamukelwa Zuma-Memela and his wife, Wandy Campbell, who were murdered in their Bryanston home.
Awareness of cultural appropriation is much more widespread but for some white South African musicians it’s a rejection of Afrikaner stereotypes.
Following Simphiwe Dana’s scathing tweets about a photo of the star holding women by hair leashes, Molekane says the imagery aims to tell a story.
Theatre representatives have expressed anger over the shutting down of Brett Bailey’s ‘Exhibit B’, but a protester says they didn’t call for a ban.
This year’s Joy of Jazz line-up pays special tribute to the influence of vocalists on the genre.
To change a world in which news of white people overshadows that of black people, seek out media that take "the other" seriously, says Stefanie Jason.
The onset of spring in the city sees the start of Arts Alive month, Art Week and the annual FNB Joburg Art Fair.
As rental prices go up and neighbourhoods begin to look the same, artists nationwide are finding themselves out in the cold.
Whether pouting, saluting or just swagging, the minister of sports and recreation has recreated the political selfie. Take note, politicians.
Artist Sam Nhlengethwa is passionate about art and music and his home is a testament to that.
Despite missing dates and facts in the late singer’s life, Bongani Madondo’s latest collection of essays attempts to make sense of MaBrrr’s epic life.
Odd Future rapper Tyler, the Creator has been charged with inciting a riot at the SXSW music festival in Austin over the weekend.
As gentrification and the rise of megacities sparks conversation, just what can we expect from the arrival of Studio-X’s "laboratories" in Africa?
From collecting jazz LPs and vinyl toys to wanting to work with rapper Mos Def, the M&G chats to producer Freddie Joachim ahead of his SA tour.
From Marina Abramovi? to Yoko Ono and Jane Alexander, 30 artists tackle gender-based violence in "Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art".
As the Nirox Sculpture Park plays host to the Jazz in the Cradle series, the M&G chats to its musical director, Nduduzo Makhathini, about the show.
Spanning 19 countries, nominees for the 41st International Emmy awards have been announced and include two shows from SA: "Masterchef SA" and "LNN".
From Miley Cyrus twerking to Kanye West’s "Imma let you finish" speech, we round up five really bizarre moments at the MTV Video Music Awards.