Despite his abounding accolades and his legendary status as one of South Africa’s favourite comedians, Kagiso Lediga is down to earth as they come.
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Local art historian and writer Nicola Kritzinger reports back from the recent London 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.
Looking back on a week of student protests through photographs, illustrations and narratives. #FeesHaveFallen
Photographer Imraan Christian was at the scene documenting the transition from a peaceful demonstration to a violent police standoff.
Beneath its fabulous surface, the business of fashion in South Africa is a challenging one with prevalent misconceptions and obstacles. This means that of the many young fashion labels and retail boutiques that launch, many fail. Despite this however, there are also inspiring success stories.
Award-winning filmmaker, Thabang Moleya is enthusiastic about nurturing new talent and being a team player to create films that make people laugh and leave them feeling inspired.
Love The One You Love, a kaleidoscopic, award-winning and entirely improvisational debut feature film by local director Jenna Bass premiered at The Labia in Cape Town on Friday.
Situated in Cape Town’s CBD, IC|IC is a space that has reinvented the traditional office into a vibrant and inspiring environment filled with like-minded individuals.
Stylist, milliner, art director and all-round creative maven, Crystal Birch has set a colourful new public art installation free in the Neighbourgoods Market entrance in Braamfontein.
In a powerful documentary style short film, The Sartists share their aim to communicate authentic and untold local stories through the mediums of fashion and photography.
The music industry is fiercely competitive, bursting at the seams with talented up-and-comers trying to carve out a space for themselves amongst a sea of already established and well-loved artists.
In light of their new project with adidas Originals, we chat to The Sartists about the SA creative scene, the value of collaboration and creating culture.
A new take on public art, AutoTrader’s #DriveChange competition calls for creatives to dream up designs to be printed on a fleet of AutoTrader cars which will become mobile pieces of ‘street’ art.
The Sartists wear custom vintage pieces in a lookbook shot by Andile Buka for their collaboration with adidas Originals surrounding the Supershell FW15 launch.
Self-made tycoon and current co-director of the FNB Joburg Art Fair, Mandla Sibeko believes in introducing creative thinking to business. He champions new strategies to address current economic and social problems to yield better results, and is an advocate for encouraging a culture of start ups.