Co-editor Makhosazana Xaba and Gauteng-based author Thato Magno chat about affirming narratives, “the limited spaces specifically focusing on queer/LGBTIQA+ literature” and more.
Author: Gabriella Pinto
From selecting the right lens to figuring out lighting, photographer and winner of 2013 Elle Style Reporter Award Niquita Bento gives us fashion photography tips.
From casual street wear to schoolgirl-inspired androgyny, we chat to individuals about their personal style at this year’s South African Menswear Week SS18.
On a tight budget? Living in a small apartment? Adri van Zyl and Vincent Clery from Atelier Interiors share practical advice on how to kit out your home.
For two years, the Black Filmmakers Film Festival (BFFF) has been screening films from South Africa and the diaspora. We find out how it began and what’ve achieved by giving a different platform to celebrate films.
The Mother City has a gallery for every kind of artwork. We’ve summed up a few Cape Town Art galleries with the help of our fave illustrator, Jonny Smith.
From transgender bounty hunters to guitar playing heroes, here’s a list of comic books exploring new narratives.
iThemba Tower teamed up with Between 10 and 5, and invited people to contribute and write their “message in a bottle”; creating a permanent art installation.
Musician Bongeziwe Mabandla chats about his new album, ‘Mangaliso’.
The Maitland Institute provides an alternative setting for artists to create and talk about their work.
From stand-up comedy to theatre to live music, here’s what we’re booking tickets for at this year’s NAF.
Inspired by American artists Carrie Mae Weems and Deana Lawson, photographer Andile Buka and Curator Nthabiseng Mokoena re-interpret the traditional portraiture.
Theatre’s leading women Ameera Conrad and Amy Jephta meet on stage at their old varsity to reminiscence about drama school, talk on writing powerful work and their futures.
A discussion on contemporary photography with Amy Ellenbogen. Matthew Freemantle and Candace-Marshall Smith is inspired by group show, ‘Hush Hush’, at SMITH.
“For many people, the city of Johannesburg is a place with no guarantees and it is a place of uncertainty, this uncertainty is evident in the recent building evictions downtown”, says documentary photographer Tshepiso Mabula.