Sheelongo’s creative journey began when she was a film student. Since then, she has worked on various projects as either D.O.P or creative director.
Having transitioned from writer/editor to director, Kayembe shares that this newly found career is one he sees himself carrying out in the long run.
Mukheli started sharing a series of drawings on his Instagram. When asked what inspired him to begin drawing again, he explained that it is an activity he finds very therapeutic.
Years after launching Zkhiphani, Mathobela began experimenting with DJing and soon went from Andile Mathobela, journalist and co-founder of Zkhiphani, to DJ The Journalist.
Her constant documentation of her life on social media has allowed her to work with cool brands such as H&M, Adidas, and Poca Rabanne to name a few. As of late, we’ve seen much more than what she usually posts on social media.
Empangeni-born producer and singer Muzi has spent several years honing his unique sound after leaving medical school to pursue his love for music. His hard-hitting musical approach appears to be profoundly influenced by his childhood, a tale of striving to overcome adversity in the semi-rural township of Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal.
It’s every creative’s dream to have an exhibition showcasing their artistic prowess, and unless you are represented by a gallery, bringing this dream to fruition can cost you money – lots of money.
Tash Montlake’s energy has been the driving force behind her success in documenting the South African music industry through her photography.
From navigating the world of shares and investments to finding the right financial approach for your new business, put in your earphones, kick back and learn something new today. Here’s our list of top 5 podcasts we reckon creative entrepreneurs should listen to.
Until Until is a music driven activations agency that works on brand activations, sponsorship acquisitions, event production, event compliance and brand building. Here we chat to Amahle-Imvelo Jaxa, one of the founders and seven members of the Until Until group.
We’ve all been there before. You’re sitting with a group of your 9 to 5 friends, and the topic at hand is about savings and investments. The conversation turns to you and unfortunately, you’re stuck with a mouth full of teeth.
As part of our Nedbank Money Secrets series, Angela Weickl shares some of the best tools, policies and practices that can either make a freelancer’s life easier or complicate things far beyond imagination.
Red & Yellow Creative School of Business is offering a number of bursary opportunities available for their full-time programmes in 2020.
While industry standards are no longer a mysterious algorithm that eludes us, we often find ourselves not taking all factors into account when quantifying the value of our skills.
Goethe-Institut and Book Dash are inviting professional writers, illustrators and/or designers from Sub-Saharan Africa to two workshops happening over October 2019.