What if learning was as addictive as Candy Crush while being beneficial to both individuals and brands?
The first of its kind on the continent, Ogilvy’s Innovation Lab aims to inspire creative use of technology.
The Clinique Insiders Club provides up-and-coming beauty bloggers with expert content creation training to share their passion for skin and beauty products.
With digital art on the rise, an exhibition dedicated entirely to the art of .gifs is taking place offline and for the first time in Cape Town tonight.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
Bushveld Labs takes engineering to the next level by creating high-tech digital artworks and electronic production design. Read the Q&A.
Bogosi Sekhukhuni’s multi-media art is underpinned by the idea that the youth of today will lead society to a greater level of consciousness.
This Thursday the Super Sellout Arcade are hosting a free-for-all videogames party in the Heineken® Next Level Bar from 6pm till late.
Language often acts as a barrier for meaningful integration, especially in a country as diverse as South Africa.
This year’s Reinhold Cassirer Award winner, Keneilwe Mokoena is a bright young visual artist deeply fascinated by the chaotic profusion of nature.
The National Arts Festival have just released the 2016 Standard Bank Young Artist Award winners. Find out about these young, South African creatives.
A MAZE. / Johannesburg 2015 will present a series of talks, workshops, parties and an exhibition over a four day period from September 9-12.
The Fak’ugesi festival promotes the fusion of creative and technical development in Africa by ‘switching on the power’ of digital culture. There are workshops, conferences, talks, screenings, games, hacks and many more opportunities for you to get involved and play with innovative technology.
Honeymoon Podcasts is a series dedicated to unearthing interesting stories that you won’t hear at a dinner party.
Just short of a year ago Phendu Kuta founded Unlabelled, an online South African youth culture magazine for which she now acts as creative director, editor and stylist.