Ukuthwala, or child marriage is a normal way of life in the Eastern Cape. Zanele shares her series of images that document the lives of three young brides.
Locally founded Sneaker LAB has expanded to become a global brand.
Jessica Spiro takes a look at the way that bar culture is changing in 2019 from bottled cocktails to the renovated interiors of the modern bar.
Design from Africa and the Middle East finally gets the recognition it deserves with the expanded Nando’s Design category at the Loeries in 2019. This year’s category has been extended to recognise design from a much broader range of creative professionals.
Typically found behind his computer screen at his home office in Johannesburg, toggling multiple work stations at once while an inspiring YouTube lecture plays somewhere in the background to another backing track of old-school hip hop, Sizwe Cele does not fit any single stereotype of the “tech entrepreneur”.
Eco-conscious brand Sealand turned to Publicis Machine to communicate their sustainability ethos
Savanna has always been the maverick of the South African cider market. It’s challenged the category norms with innovations like Savanna Loco – cider infused with Tequila flavour – and the rum-flavoured Savanna Blackbeard.
Li Joshua, aka Xylon, seeks to explore the darker aspects of mainstream fashion. His evocative works are a reflection of his own inner tensions. He explains the world inside his head for us and how this translates into his ‘dark’ style of photography.
An interview with Roberta Annan at the Conde Nast International Luxury Conference where she explored the growth and development of creativity in Africa, as a speaker in one of the discussions.
This year’s Standard Bank Young Artist for Theatre is Amy Jephta, who will be premiering her work ALL WHO PASS at the 2019 National Arts Festival. The play alternates between a family’s eviction in 1974 to the restitution in 2019, when a daughter returns to claim her inheritance.
Two of South Africa’s leading art institutions, Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, are set to host the largest William Kentridge exhibition in Africa.
Brandt Botes is the designer behind the crafty new Autograph Gin packaging design that is inspired by the attention to detail involved in the gin distilling process.
The South African Pavilion has opened at the Venice Biennale – We spoke with the curators Nkule Mabaso and Nomusa Makhubu to find out more about their decisions and how they went about working with space.
Romeo Malepe has founded the Rebranding Sharpeville collective to empower the community psychologically. and to breathe new financial and cultural life into the historic township.
The Goethe-Institut is proud to support a regional tour by the German musical phenomenon MEUTE in partnership with the Bushfire and Zakifo Festivals – proud members of the Igoda Southern African Music Festival Circuit.