We list five initiatives that have been put together to help individuals within the creative industry
With the new packaging, the brand wanted to celebrate South Africa’s young talent and fuel the creativity of young creatives across the country.
Entries opened on the 4th of June and close at midnight on the 19th of July 2020. There are three categories for entry: #YourStory, #NewNormal, #HelpingHands.
After a powerhouse entry into the local and international music scenes, Mx Blouse is finally ready to release Elementality: a one of a kind, genre-defying full-length album.
Black Americans are not only protesting for justice for Floyd, they are also fighting racism, white supremacy, and other forms of injustice. Essentially, the protests are a cry for change
The Womxn Artists Relief Fund is an initiative created to help provide relief to financially challenged womxn artists in Africa.
The third edition of Nando’s Hot Young Designer Talent Search is underway, this year focused on a design element that has become strikingly relevant in the time of COVID-19 – restaurant waiting benches.
These collaborations were recorded at the various artists’ home studios and have culminated in the Red Bull Made In 72 Hours EP.
With Love Lost, Langa Mavuso relives the suicide of his first and greatest love in this nostalgic first look at his upcoming debut album, Langa.
The brand managed to film, edit and broadcast the new commercial during this time in the home of voice over artist, Chilu Lemba, who himself starred in the commercial alongside his daughter.
South African film director Robert dos Santos has unveiled his latest fashion film – an African inspired cinematic Western that moves boundlessly through the vast mountains of Lesotho.
We are excited to introduce the amazing artists who have joined in on our efforts to help raise funds for artists in need during this period.
The brand has officially introduced a new way for fans and collectors to purchase their fashion-forward pieces – through their newly launched online store.
The campaign involves five key South African artists that have been tasked to visually depict the African experience of COVID-19 into the classic white Converse Hi-top.
The Tomorrow Trust has launched a social media campaign to assist its beneficiaries or their caregivers during the lockdown.