A few Durban Centre of Photography students provide vivid and picturesque views into the lesser-known sides of Durban.
An afternoon with the Soweto-born songstress for whom music is as much a passion as it is a way of constructing herself and forging new identities.
A candid interview about being vulnerable, taking personal responsibility and relearning what it means to be “good”.
Grade 11 student Nina Jacobson spent three days with the 10and5 team for her job shadowing assignment. This was her experience.
A community-based initiative bringing people together to map the sonic landscape of their lives, Hear Be Dragons is linking narratives across the globe.
When it comes to South African streetwear, 2bop’s at the top of their game.
Young filmmakers risk getting caught up with the creative side of things and forget to nurture their business skills.
Cape Town artist Elize Vossgatter on painting backwards and with her eyes closed, choice, thriving on contradictions, and work that speaks of our unnatural relationship with the natural environment.
Hear the Prufrock editor’s favourite weakness, future fears and why she loves getting stuff done with too little time.
“I am currently on a quest. I am trying to find ways of rehabilitating my body and identity as a black womxn.” – Koleka Putuma
The Hero Expo invited local artists to use their favourite comic hero as inspiration to transform a pair of sneaker skates.
Cape Town brings you two exhibitions, a poetry reading, a jazz jam session and two dance performances this week.
This week in Joburg there are some great curated group openings, solo shows, special women’s month skills share events.
We met up with 60s loving Jo’burger Andile Biyana to hear how she tells stories through style.
Gabrielle Kannemeyer and Kyle Weeks invited local artists to be part of a beautiful portrait series to showcase Steffany Roup’s handcrafted jewellery.