Boogy Maboi presents a new episode of The Weekly Drop SA in partnership with Complex looking at Nike, Adidas Consortium, Asics, Air Jordan and Yeezy
Author: Tiger Maremela
Meet the Creatives is 10and5’s new summer series, which features interviews with some of Joburg’s hottest creatives.
Endless Daze returns to Silwerstroom Resort for three days of sun and neo-psych rock. Here’s our top 5 music acts to see.
Ahead of his upcoming solo exhibition, performance and visual artist Athi-Patra Ruga shares a breathtaking trailer of his ‘Queens in Exile’ film.
Tiger Maremela photographed partygoers at the recent Cunty Power in Joburg and chatted to them about nightlife in South Africa, safety on the streets and pre-party rituals.
Launching our brand new podcast, writer-musician Sandiso ‘M(x)Blouse’ talks fashion and feminism with our October star Joburg style guru Yasmin Furmie.
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.
Hosted by Boogy Maboi, Episode 2 of our series in partnership with Complex brings you the latest trends in local sneaker culture.
From a music festival in Limpopo to parties in Joburg, team 10and5 curates a line-up of events to look forward to in Spring/Summer 2017.
The new collection by QwaQwa-born, Joburg-based plus-size fashion designer Melo Mosase is everything! And aims to shatter representation in mainstream fashion.
Daisie Jo’s collection of artwork for 10and5’s Instagram takeover tackles visual junk mail, filtering information and placing ideas into order.
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.
One of 10and5’s Creative Womxn of 2017 Jana Babez invited us into her space as she prepared and performed a new work, titled Bound.
From students to agencies, we pick 10 of our favourite winners from the 39th Annual Loeries Awards 2017.
The exhibition Re-membering: Memory, Intimacy, Archive will feature works by South African artists Reshma Chhiba, Sharlene Khan and Jordache A. Ellapen