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.
We compiled a list of podcasts we think creatives, musicians, as well as anyone who forms part of the creative industry should listen to.
In the April edition of the Lowdown, Carla Fonseca of Batuk talks to writer Siyabonga-Andre Dennis about the rise of the band, pan-Africanism and more.
Gabriella Pinto sits down with visual and performance artist Athi-Patra Ruga ahead of the artist’s solo exhibition ‘Queens in Exile’.
Launching our brand new podcast, writer-musician Sandiso ‘M(x)Blouse’ talks fashion and feminism with our October star Joburg style guru Yasmin Furmie.
Listen to live recordings of the incredible talks delivered at this year’s conference for creative womxn.
VoiceMap is an app that merges storytelling with history; creating an immersive experience that takes listeners on imaginative journeys via unconventional walking routes.
In this colourful collection of internet finds we’ve got some fun tote bag designs, a Boiler Room DJ set and a conceptual mini photo series.
From outer space (and other dumb ideas) to Lady Skollie’s ‘Kiss & Tell’ and writers weighing in on a new South Africa, these are 8 podcasts worth subscribing to.
Honeymoon Podcasts is a series dedicated to unearthing interesting stories that you won’t hear at a dinner party.
Quit Safari is the “audio visual friendship” between Hessien+, Yes in French, Fever Trails, Christian Tiger School, Damascvs and Swishascus. This week, they released their first podcast.
Uno gives us a quick rap up of the 2015 Design Indaba. We hear what events we have to look forward to, both in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Finally, we get educated on Anthony Bilas’ Commemorative Project for Black History March.