The award-winning next generation experiential department store, We Are EGG opened its second store at the Zone in Rosebank this weekend. The first day of trading was a massive success with Joburg shoppers queuing an hour before the official store opening at 9am on Saturday...

For the 26th consecutive year, the Poetry Africa festival, sets the stage for poetry from South Africa and around the world. Presented by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, this unique event takes place from 6 to 16 October 2022 in Johannesburg...

On 29 September 2022, Poet Xabiso Vili, winner of the Poetry Africa Slam Competition (2021), represented South Africa in the final of the World Slam Poetry Competition in Brussels, competing against slam poets from 40 nations across the globe. After leaving a great impression on...

As excitement builds towards the 2022 Pendoring Awards, the jury was announced this week, with Nkgabiseng Motau, one of South Africa’s brightest and most respected creative talents, named in the prestigious role of Jury President. Motau, CCO and founding partner at Think Creative Africa, will head...

Nike celebrated 40 years of the Air Force 1 with an exhibition and event that highlighted their heroes of community and purveyors of culture in Melville this past weekend. The featured protagonists were Wanda Lephoto, Anthony Bila, and Dbn Gogo. Wanda Lephoto is a Johannesburg-based Fashion...

Nike taps into its collection of curators to help celebrate and bring the spirit of the AIR FORCE ONE alive for its 40th anniversary this year. Through a launch, Nike - along with its protagonists - will create a space that emboldens, ignites, and carries...

Absa - in partnership with the South African National Association for the Visual Arts (SANAVA) - is delighted to announce the four category winners of the Pan-African Absa L’Atelier initiative. The Absa L’Atelier, which celebrates its 36th year anniversary in 2022, has a rich and...

Can Art Change Society? This was a question I posed to art specialist Mary Corrigall, who together with myself and fellow colleague Neo Mashigo will be judging M&C Saatchi’s inaugural Art for Change Prize in partnership with the iconic Saatchi Gallery later this year, writes...

‘We Still Insist’ is a film project and live performance presented by The Library of Things We Forgot to  Remember and What’s Wrong With Groovin’? on the 22nd of September at 19:00 at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg.  . What to expect: Kudzanai Chiurai presents the film that will be...

The inaugural Folklore Festival is set to take place at the National School of Arts on Heritage Day, Sat 1st October 2022. The Folklore Festival is a celebration of African culture, customs and community and the creative force behind the project is none other than SAMA Award winning, indelible...

Rabatho is a storyteller dedicated to forming connections with people by creating art that captures his audience’s imagination. His work creates a new afro-surrealist reality that beautifully captures the modern black identity and opens a world of possibilities that filter through and are relatable to...

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