The Queer and Curious Book Club brings together literature lovers with a focus on queer African stories. The event is a safe space to connect with the literature, and with one another.
The Emporium, which takes inspiration from the contemporary art stores of the world’s leading galleries and museums, will be launching at Art & Design Saturday this weekend.
Creative collective The Ota Project focuses on providing a platform to young, promising artists. Their showcase Double Yellow happens at King Kong on 5 May.
The upcoming Pan African Rum Festival taking place at Neighbourgoods Market at 73 Juta St, Braamfontein on 6 May.
BrownSense, a community of Black owned businesses, takes over the market at Joziburg.
Here’s why you shouldn’t miss Ciclope Africa, the upcoming international festival that recognises and rewards exceptional craft in moving image, taking place in Cape Town.
Red Bull Music Festival is back with a 6-day music takeover. And includes headliners such as Skepta and Sho Madjozi, and more.
Slow Sunday Social Market is the gathering transforming Grahamstown, one event at a time.
From talks to empowering turn ups, we look at some of the Joburg venues fostering critical conversations.
From Smoking Dragon Festival to Afropunk, we’ve put together an essential guide to help you decide where to party this New Year’s Eve.
Who says you have to go to a fancy resort to have a fun holiday? Here’s how to plan a Gauteng staycay.
Johannesburg’s only office gig is gathering the city’s finest musicians.
Anything Goes, which takes place at the iconic club Zer021, is a monthly party changing the face of Cape Town’s nightlife.
Joburg listening session party Label Nites exposes locals to electronic music from around the world plus provides a platform to launch native talents.
From conversations to screenings, we select some highlights of the festival taking place in Joburg this weekend.