Filmed in the South African National Library, the video follows a school library caretaker as he loose and dances with enthusiastic abandon.
Visual artist Bert Pauw’s Instagram feed is an artfully curated exercise in balancing the beautiful and the mundane.
Spoek Mathambo’s latest four track EP was co-produced and mixed by Jumping Back Slash and sees collaborations with well-known local names.
Thebe Magugu’s AW16 campaign is a poised and powerful ode to the women walking Jozi’s streets.
This week in Jozi there’re a whole range of creative events to keep you busy including exhibition openings, doodle sessions, an architecture day and fine art print sale.
This weeks to do list offers five art exhibitions, a Friday night pop-up market and a day of skateboarding.
Kyle Weeks’ photographs of palm wine collectors are a testament to young Himba men and explore ideas of agency, self-fashioning and mobility.
A holistic blend of impenitent emotion, bold identity, and the free flowing thoughts of a young artist grappling with the everyday politics of the world.
Where text and emojis fail, GIFs thrive. Submit your work to exhibit.gif’s upcoming ‘In Real Life’ themed showcase.
The third in a new series with 10and5, ‘Tell Me About It’ interview Nicholas Goliath about his comedy club, being a comedian, and a few shady dealings.
Actress, author and activist Buhle Ngaba believes that young South Africa is on the cusp of great changes.
We hopped in the car with all girl content creating trio Nwabisa Mda, Thembe Mahlaba and Bongeka Masango from Pap Culture.
Nick Mulgrew isn’t just a man of many words, he’s also actively changing the local literary landscape.
Theatre maker and new-wave comedian Klara van Wyk uses clowning as a medium to make us laugh and think about the serious things in life.
Jake Singer evokes the politics of materials to interrogate the present by reflecting on knowledge structures of the past and imagining the future.