Get to know the 2017 SBYAA winners and find out what you can expect from them at next year’s National Arts Festival.
We The Brave encourages a culture of conversation and de-stigmatisation around sexual behaviour and orientation.
Written by Carl Stemmet, ‘Systraat’ is making TV history by being SA’s first animated sitcom and the first SABC show to premiere on YouTube.
With the launch of South Africa’s first Instagram auction house last week, art bidding is making its way from auction halls and onto social media.
The five-part web series reaches deeply into the issue of short-term money thinking and the habit of putting status above security.
Accounts of unnerving #UFOSA sightings in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg flooded social media platforms this past weekend.
The Good News has landed in Cape Town, decorating lampposts with witty headlines like “Limbo dancer reaches new low”.
The film charts the chronology of events leading up to the Marikana massacre in August 2012, told through the eyes of mineworkers.
Jozi are you ready to #OpenNextLevel? We’ve got the the lowdown on the coolest pop-up bar opening its doors in Braamfontein this December.
Download DJ Spoko’s Special Edition EP to help the Bacardi House DJ return to South Africa after being hospitalised for TB.
Looking back on a week of student protests through photographs, illustrations and narratives. #FeesHaveFallen
Muti’s ‘Voyages Extraordinaires’ poster, inspired by the compilation of the same name by French Novelist Jules Verne, has been recognised at the 2015 World Illustration Awards.
For this unconventional art sourcing initiative, a curator and her team head off on a monthly ‘chicken run’ in search of pieces for the Nando’s Art Collection.
To say that their sound is a fantastic concoction of garage-pop, folk, lo-fi and psychedelic punk goes some way, but it’s difficult to describe CAVES when what their songs evoke is so elusive.
Birthday Girl incorporates a mixture of acoustic instrumentation and found sounds to create their own brand of “dance music for people who hate dancing”.