We talk to Joburg-Based creative Ponthso Kgopa, AKA Papiponsho, about future plans and his top 5 faves.
Author: Alexia Roussos
Kwena Baloyi is an in-demand stylist and all around culture curator. We chat to her about her faves, where she’s headed and what she’s into.
We take a look at This Is What Makes Us Girls*, an intersectional feminist zine aimed at providing a platform for the underrepresented.
From talks to empowering turn ups, we look at some of the Joburg venues fostering critical conversations.
Cape Town rap duo The Word is Uhh just released their new album, Grosvenor Beach.Their influences include the seasons, smoothies, Outkast and relationships.
Hokey Poke and Good Good Good launch their collaborative line as a part of First Thursday, Cape Town. Take a look at their lookbook.
Science fiction, fantasy and magic realism from across the continent are diverse and we take a look at some works you need to read.
MrP launches a brand new limited edition Project range, Time to Shine, and teams up with illustrator Daisy Jo for the lookbook.
Maxine Naidoo – an illustration and graphic design graduate – chats to us about individuality and celebrating women.
Sonal Vanmali is a Creative brand Management graduate. We chat to her about student life, her influences and what she’s hoping to achieve.
Journalism grad from Stellenbosch, Christina Pitt shares her final year project, which focuses on coloured identity and the media.
Ahead of the release of her photobook on Fees Must Fall, student activist and photographer Mara Mbele talks documenting society.
As the academic year comes to a close, Alexia Roussos reflects on student movements that continue to transform the country.
Epic photo series, critical music reviews and inspiring teens, here’s a recap on 10and5’s best-loved articles of 2017.
Olebogeng Mathibe, industrial design grad from UJ, uses design to empower and uplift previously disadvantaged people in South Africa.