Gif exhibition organisers, exhibit.gif, curate a collection of gifs by womxn artists that explore themes of objectification, vulnerability and more.
Watch as bad ass chef and restaurant owner Ash Heeger invites us into her kitchen, where she crafts the perfect baked potato. It’s magical.
Gabonese photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga celebrates a ‘generation of Africans, unapologetically embracing their many identities’.
Introducing Now Now Just Now, South Africa’s new rock label promoting local music and bringing back the vinyl.
Acclaimed performance poet Mandi ‘Poefficient’ Vundla talks self-love, feminism and using words to address gender-based violence.
Designer to watch Sakhile Cebekhulu talks to us about his label SASH, which aims to celebrate African pride while debunking elitist notions around fashion.
‘We should dare to disrupt’ stereotypical representations ‘Intimate Justice in the Stolen Moment’ by American artist Ayana V. Jackson
In a brand new series of intimate portraits titled ‘People at Home’, Iranian-South African photographer aims to disrupt racial stereotypes.
Featuring industry leaders, don’t miss this talk at Sandton Convention Centre on 5 September. Seats are limited to the first 100 registered attendants.
From creating fun and educational games with diverse characters to more serious projects highlighting social ills, these gaming devs talk industry trends and local gaming culture.
Listen to Agata Karolina, perfumer and founder of House of Gozdawa, tell the story behind her epicene fragrances Ghost, Albert and Simo.
For Creative Womxn 2017, Kim Winvogel invites us to a reading from their self-published anthology, Resist: The Paradox of Love and Other Societal Disorders.
‘Sometimes, I just don’t want to think about pension funds and tax rebates.’ 10and5’s Gabriella Pinto designs a soundtrack specifically for those of us who struggle to adult.
UK-SA architect Coetzee Steyn this year launched an undulating architectural gem just outside of Cape Town. We take a tour of Bosjes restaurant and more.
From Missy Elliot singing ‘Pussy don’t fail me now’ to Meshell Ndegeocello’s classic ‘Fool’, Stefanie Jason curates a playlist repping emotional tenderness.