After featuring Nakhane in their latest television advert, Scottish Leader Whiskey will now bring his You Will Not Die Tour to South Africa.
Vogue Nights Jozi together with 10and5 held an insightful talk about Pride and the importance of safe spaces for the LGBTQI+ community.
i-D partnered with Gucci Bloom to explore the many ways in which the ever-changing seasons affect artists’ creative processes. Four artists were interviewed regarding this topic; one of which being South African born musician, Nakhane.
Zane Lelo Meslani, also known as Lelowhatsgood, is a DJ, social media manager, founder of Vogue Nights JHB and the editor in chief of Faculty Press.
FAKA brings us a new music video directed by Jabu Newman
This project began with a casual conversation between myself (Sipho Gongxeka) and Thato Ramaisa (aka Fela Gucci.) We were interested in the role that fashion and clothing plays in queer culture in township communities. Particularly, how certain stereotypes are perpetuated. For instance, how one’s character, masculinity, gender and sexuality can […]
The Queer and Curious Book Club brings together literature lovers with a focus on queer African stories. The event is a safe space to connect with the literature, and with one another.
Charting a brand new kwaito and gqom-infused sound, MxBlouse’s new single is a critique on safe spaces.
Accra-based writer moshood reflects on filmic intervention in the longstanding erasure and dehumanisation of the LGBTQ+ community.
Graphic designer and photographer Lauren Brits talks to us about secondhand clothing brand Out the Closet, which recently shared a lookbook that aims to promote queer and body positivity.
Wes Leal and partner Boni document his transition in two intimate, entrancing zines titled Boy.
Flowers, pastel colours and books add layers to a lookbook that aims to celebrate individualism and explore socially constructed identities.
Zebulon Chuenyane’s bold and empowering series, titled Ngi Yak’Verstana, pays homage to diverse love and the Zulu love letter.
Fashion stars Sanele Xaba, Junette Syster, Mia Dennis and Mziyanda Malgas are advocating inclusivity. We caught up with them to find out how they got their start.
Wits graduate and co-founder of theatre company The Wombman Movement, Nandi Nhlapho, is a rising star of the stage.