Desmond and the Tutus’ new music video for ‘Teenagers’ is a colourful and nostalgic treat from start to finish which, we imagine, was just as fun to make as it is to watch.
People: Lebogang Rasethaba
Stephan Wever, Joey W. Elgersma and Lebogang Rasethaba created this stirring short film inspired by the Soweto Marathon, also known as “The People’s Race”, that takes place annually since 1992.
The sonic worlds of Sibot and Okmalumkoolkat collide in their recent collab, ‘Nice Shandees’. The music video by Lebogang Rasethaba saw its release today.
Prisoner 46764 is a historical documentary that aims to shine light on the lesser known freedom fighter, Andrew Mokete Mlangeni, giving its viewers insight into his life, trials and tribulations, sacrifices and commitment to the democratic movement.
Ahead of The Oude Meester Tour here are a few SA creatives whose brilliant work is being noticed abroad, and rightfully so. Here’s to mastering your craft!
This week there’s a diverse range of art exhibitions and events taking place for you to choose from: botanically inspired art, Willem Boshoff’s new solo show that’s all about text, WAM After Hours is back, a large-scale group sculpture show at Nirox Sculpture Park, and just outside of JHB the Aardklop Kunstefees takes over Potchefstroom.
Leading up to the Levi’s Pioneer Nation festival, we caught up with filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba about his career highlights and being a pioneer.
The sound of South African music is something that seems to be evolving along with our country. In this documentary, musician Nthato Mokgata (Spoek Mathambo) and filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba go on a journey to discover the Future Sound of Mzansi.
A case study on ‘Unite Joburg’, an integrated digital campaign for adidas Originals which included a concert performance, documentary film and portrait exhibition.
Made by three South African creatives and filmmakers, Amasotsha The Documentary emphasises the ongoing plea for the automony of the Western Sahara.
Lebogang Rasethaba is a young South African filmmaker whose work spans a variety of subjects from snowboarding in Lesotho to Africans living in China.
A brand new music video, released just this morning, for local Joburg based act Dirty Paraffin for their track ‘Papap! Papap!’.