Africa

A Guide to Fak’ugesi: African Digital Innovation Festival

A Guide to Fak’ugesi: African Digital Innovation Festival

The Fak’ugesi festival promotes the fusion of creative and technical development in Africa by ‘switching on the power’ of digital culture. There are workshops, conferences, talks, screenings, games, hacks and many more opportunities for you to get involved and play with innovative technology.

GUILD Design Fair

GUILD Design Fair

GUILD, a new design fair curated by Southern Guild, will bring together hand made, limited edition design from celebrated global galleries and institutions for the first time in Africa.

Radi-Aid | Africa for Norway

Radi-Aid | Africa for Norway

To challenge African stereotypes, a group of South African students has created this spoof charity single and initiative to collect heaters for the freezing people of Norway.

Vusamazulu: Indaba, My Children

Vusamazulu: Indaba, My Children

Vusamazulu Multimedia's groundbreaking Graphic Novel Adaptation of the iconic African book Indaba, My Children, is a project that aims to popularize African wisdom and more importantly, redefine African identity. MA, the first in what is aptly named The Tree Of Life Trilogy, tells an epic African tale of how everything [...]
Kuyimba Afrika!

Kuyimba Afrika!

Cape Town bands Holiday Murray, Bateleur and LA.VI have been invited to play at the Lake of Stars Festival in Malawi and they need your help to get there!

FNB Joburg Art Fair 2011 kicks off

FNB Joburg Art Fair 2011 kicks off

Next week sees the start of the FNB Joburg Art Fair to be hosted in Sandton City from 23 – 25 September. This year the Art Fair has moved from its original time in Easter to September, in a move that organiser Ross Douglas says will hopefully contribute to an “art season” in the city.

TIKA photo by JONX PILLIMER

Wide Open Walls & Write on Africa: Gambia

A group of South Africans – 2 street artists, a photographer, an anthropologist and a film maker – joined artists from all over the world in Gambia recently to work with Wide Open Walls to turn villages in the area into a living art project.