This week’s wow-worthy finds include two brand new music videos, a stunning graffiti mural and live music performances you wouldn’t want to miss.
People: Imraan Christian
This timely documentary provides insights into South Africa’s recent student led protests and the vital nationwide conversations they’ve sparked.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
UK based, South African rooted rapper Little Simz has just released her music video for ‘Gratitude’, featuring footage of student protest action in Cape Town.
Violinist Hezron Chetty recently released his debut album, ‘The Fallacy of Composition’. Watch the sweeping, dramatic music video for Chasing Kings here.
Photographer Imraan Christian was at the scene documenting the transition from a peaceful demonstration to a violent police standoff.
Co-directed by Imraan Christian and Georgina Warner, Jas Boude documents a group of skateboarders who break out of the Cape Flats ghetto and infiltrate the CBD in search of a freedom and a power denied.
Rui Solomons is a young bodybuilder from Lavender Hill who found a way to turn his life around, and is intent on helping others in his community do the same.