From intangible expressions of heritage to celebrating icon Mam’ Winnie Mandela, the stylish Mathebula sisters invite us into their Joburg home to chat cultural ‘mishmash’.
Each week this September, 10and5 brings you a new series of conversations around how heritage is expressed, preserved or thought about among a few womxn in our contemporary creative community.
Speaking to Cape Town-based editor in chief of ‘Engrave’ magazine, Lavern Hippkhoi Maart about her new youth culture publication.
In it’s 5th year running, Miss Gay Jozi crowned a new winner. Photographer Leeroy Jason was there to photograph the event in full colour. Check it out here.
Among our top picks to get to you through the season is an important memoir, architecture contemplations and a Ghana-inspired cookbook, plus much more.
We spend the day with New York-based sing-songwriter Jojo Abot who talks, music origin, Joburg’s infamy and allure, plus more.
From Steri Stumpies to Nik Naks, we take a look at a few authentically South African brands, re-imagined and repackaged by a group of local illustrators.
Performance artist Desire Marea sits down to interview Lagos-born, Joburg-based Negiste Yesside Johnson, whose video trilogy is on exhibition in Cape Town and travels across Europe this month.
Artist Nosipho Nxele interrogates issues such as mental illness, spirituality, and more through illustration. We speak to her for #GraphicArtMonth to find out how she does it.
Local design studio Yay Abe is the brainchild of Russell Abrahams. We catch up with the studio for Graphic Art Month and take a look at some of their favourite works to date.
We speak to dancer, teacher, choreographer and freelance artist Mona Namer about her latest piece, VISITORS / BAETI and how pantsula and house influence her work.
Chaze Matakala speaks to Koleka Putuma, author of Collective Amnesia, who provides us with a poetic offering to soothe the inability to speak about memory.
Defying stereotypes of tattoo artists, five South African women tattooists speak on the artistry of their craft.
Between having their own stage at Ultra South Africa and planning for the much anticipated Genesis All Black party, Until Until spoke to 10and5 about what it takes to throw a great party.
Cynthia Fan’s floral designs are loose and fluid, accentuating the beauty of their individual elements. See arrangements of her stunning stems here.