One of only a handful of black ballerinas in the world, Kitty Phetla, has broken all barriers in becoming a respected dancer, choreographer, model and radio host in South Africa. Recently she has been recognised with the 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist award for dance. Watch as her fluid movements […]
In South Africa, royalties are earned every time a song is played, sold, streamed or broadcast in any way. Legalese takes us through how to make sure that you can make a living as a musician through royalties.
If binge watching series is your thing, here are a few new shows on Showmax that you simply can’t afford to miss.
Creative campaigns with an inventive spirit have always been at the heart of what Spree aims to achieve and their new ‘Youth run Spree’ campaign is no different.
Spree gave the group full reign on the campaign in order to produce authentic images and expose the realness of African Gen Z’s, and the end results are stunning.
Bold pastels offer a fresh take on 2018 in the latest GOLF le FLEUR* from Tyler, The Creator and Converse
10and5 went to South Africa’s dustiest music festival. Here’s a glimpse of our journey.
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.
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.
The Nando’s Arts Initiative is an Ubuntu Award finalist at the Loeries.
Striking at first glance, Maurice Mbikayi’s artworks become even more intriguing as you discover they’re made from fragments of thrown-away technology.