‘To me, Biko is liberation.’ Five South African artists share their works celebrating the legacy of anti-apartheid activist and leader of the Black Consciousness Movement.
As the PPC Imaginarium Film Category comes to a close, three winners of the 2017 prize share their art and what taking the coveted accolade means for them.
From Nakhane to siblings Kim and Laura ‘Lady Skollie’ Windvogel, we look at ways creatives are changing the way we discuss sex and identity politics.
From minimalist homeware from Nigeria to luxurious and versatile clothing made in South Africa, here are some of the exhibitors we’re keen to see at HmC.
The anticipated i-D documentary hosted by Mykki Blanco and shot in Joburg captures queer and trans realities in contemporary South Africa. We speak to a few of the artists featured in the film.
The model from Port Elizabeth is taking her turn behind the lens. And her portraits carry a soft palette, subtle tones and considered composition.
Hosted by Boogy Maboi, the next episode ‘The Weekly Drop SA’ in partnership with Complex brings you sneaker trends from Asics, Adidas Puma and New Balance.
As a new line of her SiSi shirt collection drops, fashion collaborator Yasmin Furmie sits down with writer-musician Sandiso ‘M(x)Blouse’ Ngubane to talk burqa bans, shoes and defying society’s expectations.
Kudzanai-Violet Hwami’s first solo exhibition at the Tyburn Gallery in London explores layered identities and notions of home in the diaspora.
‘Cape Town is not yet ready to endorse the idea of having a theatre in Khayelitsha.’ Theatre director Mandisi Sindo talks to us about the importance of Makukhanye Art Room.
From Manyatsa Monyamane to Fundiswa Ntoyi and more, here are 20 mainly Joburg-based photographers who you should be checking for.
From performing at poetry slams to touring Europe with DJ Doowap, there’s a lot to learn about Durban’s favourite rapper Lex Lafoy.
From interrogating ‘world class’ architecture to reimagining necessary spaces, we chat to six individuals shaping our built environments for the better.
‘With hard work and persistence, it seems anything is possible,’ says Banele Khoza, the winner of Absa L’Atelier’s 2017 Gerard Sekoto Award.
Team 10and5 is looking to hire two full-time editorial interns in our Joburg office. The position is a full-time paid internship for graduate, junior or senior individuals looking to hone their online media skills.