Filmed in Cape Town, Laura Mvula’s eye-popping music video is a celebratory anthem for all women.
Merging jazz, soul, hip hop and electronica, the 24 year old producer and DJ based in Jo’burg is fast making a name for himself across the country.
Speaking soap operas, South African arts journalism, awards, social media and all things B-Grade with City Press arts editor, Charl Blignaut.
Inspired by the film The Dreamers, the new AKJP AW16 lookbook lets us in to an art-filled sensual reverie.
Our top 10 picks out of the 60 contemporary African artists exhibiting in New York City from 6-8 May.
Graphic designer, illustrator, events and artist manager, VJ, and all round busy woman Anthea Duce lends us her musical choices to get work done.
The final part of our Milan Design Week mini series with Zelé Angelides and Makandal Schiess is a photo essay documenting the sights – large and small – of the city.
‘DISRUPT’ features interviews with university students and staff, on the ground footage of protest action, and the resultant use of police force.
Combining their signature styles, Si Maclennan and Ross Symons recently teamed up to host an exhibition of prints, shapes and bold colour.
What film would you watch first if you regained sight after 10 years? The #openeyes campaign is asking people on social media to suggest what Philani should watch first after his double cornea transplant.
Over eight glorious days, Fausto Becatti photographed the magic that ensued during the 10th annual AfrikaBurn.
Taking a different perspective on the DRC’s La Sapeurs, Alec Lomami highlights both the good and the bad side of the movement in his latest music video.
DEAD.’s unisex sportswear collection is comprised of easy fitting bottoms and oversized tees. See it in a super slick lookbook by Anthony Bila.
Multi-faceted stylist Melissa Maxted-Henderson speaks on beauty, trends and keeping it fresh.
As a species our skin defines us. It is tough and elastic and we use it to express ourselves both aesthetically and culturally.