Banele Khoza is currently running an art exhibition titled Seeking Love. The Exhibition opened in Johannesburg on the 22nd of May, it is now travelling to Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Stellenbosch, Pretoria and will end in Durban on the 21st of June.
Feral Child, an animation and illustration studio based in Durban, hand-picks pieces to showcase their skills and portfolio of work and talks us through each of them for a behind-the-scenes view on their origins.
A few artists whose music represents a different aspect of Durban’s music scene beyond Gqom
Durban-based music group Future Africa was introduced to the world in May of 2018 through the music video presented by Aewon Wolf. The debut single Ntombi Endala tells the story of the close bond between a mother and her child. The visuals of the music video reflect this bond deeply as it […]
Durban-based photographer and graphic designer Rebecca Buxton has released a photo series dubbed Hot days and cool vibes delving into the Durban experience. In this series she explores the culture and vibrancy of Durban culture through a photo series of the city’s beachfront. The warm colouration of the photos speaks to […]
Durban-based photographer Lonwabo Zimela talks about his ongoing Faces series, and the inspiration behind a new collaborative venture called Black Gold.
From performing at poetry slams to touring Europe with DJ Doowap, there’s a lot to learn about Durban’s favourite rapper Lex Lafoy.
In Durban for the Loeries? Here’s our unofficial guide to art, music and food-related activities taking place on the weekends.
Paige Furness documents her life in eye-catching photographs. Browse through a selection of her dreamy and evocative images here.
See beachfronts, rickshaws and hillsides in these picturesque snapshots of Durban.
From Durban with love, light and hot psychedelic grooves.
Samora Chapman takes us on an insider’s tour of Durban’s creative regeneration hub and offers pointers on us how to splurge this festive season.
This month we’re focusing on Self-Starters: the brave creatives who’ve made the move to go it alone. First up is Street Scene, the Durban-based tours and events company of Richard Powell, Sthembiso Mbonambi and Jonas Barausse.
In a style he hasn’t used in years, Photographer Justin McGee shot some of the artists, musicians, bloggers, writers, directors and photographers from his hometown, Durban.
Hey Durbanites, it’s PechaKucha time again. Thursday night’s event will include presentations (20 images x 20 seconds) to the theme of “Durban”, as the city is celebrated as part of PechaKucha Global Cities week.