Mamelodi-born photographer Manyatsa Monyamane shares a powerful new project looking at how the ‘youth of the ’70s and earlier, looking at how they define beauty 50 years later’.
Author: Aimee-Claire Smith
‘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.
From Manyatsa Monyamane to Fundiswa Ntoyi and more, here are 20 mainly Joburg-based photographers who you should be checking for.
Experimental futuristic musicians Umlilo and STASH CREW broaden the queer narrative with new collaboration.
As the anticipated Rocking the Daisies festival approaches at the start of October, we speak to up-and-coming local musicians we can’t wait to see live.
As the anticipated Northam music festival creeps up at the start of October, we select a few up-and-coming local musicians we can’t wait to see live.
Gaborone-based writer and digital artist Tanlume Enyatseng talks to us about his new collaborative works and finding freedom on his blog, Banana Emoji.
Tshwanelo Modise talks about her recent body of work, The Fine Line, a collection of portraits depicting her personal muses and heroes.
Meet Chulekazi Makapela and Aletta Francina de Kock, founders of the production house that seeks to stand for the authentic voices of progressive art.
Cape Town-based Gershan Lombard is fast making a name for himself with his distinct sound and poetic lyrics. He talks his new EP and ’embracing the Khoi and San culture’.
Take a photographic walkabout of the interior of Cape Town’s Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art and get a sneak peek of the art on exhibition.
We chat to DJ-photographer Phatstoki about new music video for Dirty Dancing, how they experienced shooting their first music video, and their creative process.
Congolese-Capetonian chef Joël Samuel Kapepula talks to us about his pop-up Woodstock eatery, Joël’s Table, waffles and his secret ingredient.
OH OK Apparel talk to us about their brand new range of casual wear and hazy lookbook, which pays tribute to friends and city life.
We catch up with Lady Skollie about her latest solo, its unapologetic political undertone and her first ‘official’ performance at Joburg Art Fair.