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Phumlani Pikoli and the art of quitting school to make it

Writer, skater and filmmaker Phumlani Pikoli says his artistic intention was ‘to play’

Why we need a South African jazz photography archive

We need more books about South African jazz, focusing on both the verbal and the visual, to fully capture and appreciate the unique ‘river of culture we’ve been bequeathed’

Nduduzo Makhathini returns to the underworlds

The acclaimed pianist and composer shared his journey with us on completing his debut Blue Note album 

The Portfolio: Tseliso Monaheng

"Prophets of Da City also represent what hip-hop heads become when they grown older."

Moleshe answers ‘Final Call’

The jazz musician has always been a visionary and a team player. He is now launching his solo debut

Short, sharp prods at our psyche

A collection of short stories flirts with surrealism in its rendering of the complex South African condition

Radiant child: Jiyane captured in the dead of night

A portrait of the enigmatic but gifted jazz cat and artist is conjured through the eyes of photographer (and admirer) Tseliso Monaheng

Shepherd makes famo his own

Morena Leraba’s sounds may not be cogent, but he is retracing a tradition in a rapid high-tech age

Sumo Studios ushers in the independent era of jazz

Peter Auret's homely Linden studio is fast becoming the go-to place to lay down those jazz licks.

SA musicians rap in vain on industry’s door

Warning against recycling SA rappers, Tseliso Monaheng says if hip hop doesn't let enough new blood in, the scene will become a "festering s***hole".

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