Cole Ndelu is a Johannesburg based conceptual, portrait and fashion photographer who describes her work as “fashion documentary”, and describes herself as a visual communicator mainly because she uses visuals as a medium to tell stories.
The late Lewis Nkosi’s novel Mating Birds is the reflective starting point for KZNSA Gallery’s first exhibition of 2019, a curatorial essay based on the effects of the Immorality Acts introduced during colonial and apartheid South Africa. Nkosi’s original novel published in the late 1980s was highly praised internationally but equally […]
Tomayia Colvin is the woman behind a first ever photography conference for black photographers.
Paballo Molahlehi reflects on the experience of working in the South African ad industry, and the necessity for its transformation.
‘I wanted to tell the uniquely African tale at a time when I was expected to be nothing more than pretty.’ Blackboard Africa co-founder Amonge Sinxoto tells a powerful story at her prom.
Gilbert Pooley reflects on the homogeneous audience at Design Indaba 2018 and wonders how the event – with the tagline “A better future, by design” – can become more inclusive.
From a shift in presidency to an exploration of Sarah Baartman’s life at Design Indaba and the black women artists presenting at Cape Town Art Fair, Stefanie Jason recaps on the week that was in the city.
A family history of love and forced separation is the inspiration behind Tamary Kudita’s stirring photography series, Maintaining Memories.
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.
Journalism grad from Stellenbosch, Christina Pitt shares her final year project, which focuses on coloured identity and the media.