Nick Frost offers a cockeyed glimpse of the colourful personalities on display on any given night out in Cape Town.
Jo’burg’s a big city, but its social circles are a bit predictable. Your favourite nighttime hangout reveals a lot more than you think.
10 more thoughts on impermanent employment by former magazine editor and current freelancer, Annie Brookstone, still freelancing, still in her pyjamas.
How can feminism transform the rage against the patriarchy into actionable change?
Food for my gran was a source of pride – it was unheard of to leave the Haya household without a full stomach and a happy heart.
“In a world that polices who we should be, how we should be and where we should be – creativity is not just necessary. It’s urgent.” – Dinika Govender
Dancer Nicola van Straaten shares a few tips to play with the next time you need to get down.
Grade 11 student Nina Jacobson spent three days with the 10and5 team for her job shadowing assignment. This was her experience.
“I am currently on a quest. I am trying to find ways of rehabilitating my body and identity as a black womxn.” – Koleka Putuma
Very few places are able to provide the pleasure of R17 beer quarts, hood nostalgia and good quality conversation quite like De Peak.
This is South Africa’s threshold moment. We’re tired of being served the same old slop in the pig trough of our media industry.
When it comes to African cultures and aesthetics, where do we draw the line between appreciation and appropriation?
In rejecting the idea of the rainbow nation, a host of black, interrogative and unapologetic dance artists have emerged from South Africa.
Reflections on ‘living the dream’, written mostly in pyjamas, by former magazine editor and current freelancer Annie Brookstone.
In terms of graffiti and street art, Africa boasts the smallest output, but it’s not as insignificant you might think.