The group exhibition will run until 16 January 2020 at the AVA Gallery in Cape Town. It displays works by four emerging artists; Adolf Tega, Thembalethu Manqunyana, Robyn Pretorius and Wonder Marthinus.
The two musicians, who make up Darkie Fiction are first-time parents and with three weeks to go until their performance at Afropunk, things are quite hectic.
Having transitioned from writer/editor to director, Kayembe shares that this newly found career is one he sees himself carrying out in the long run.
Zach Louw shares the story of how being an identical twin led him to pursue a career in photography.
The 5th instalment of the historic Fill Up concerts took place this past Sunday at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, North West.
The first hybrid-hotel in Africa has opened it’s doors in Cape Town – owned by one of the continent’s youngest and most successful tourism entrepreneurs, Bheki Dube.
Bombshell, by award-winning director Jay Roach and screenwriter Charles Randolph, tells the explosive story of the women who brought down a powerful media mogul.
Give Love Not Plastic is a self-directed social project by artist Alicia McFadzean which is aimed at encouraging people in South Africa to adopt a zero-plastic mindset when it comes to their purchasing decisions during the festive season.
A limited-edition of F.A.M high-end t-shirts will be available for purchase at R550 each in both cities.
The film reception was hosted by the Gauteng Film Commission with prominent individuals representing each nation.
For their ‘Delivering Joy this Festive Season’, the leading South African online store partnered up with satirical performer and comedian Coconut Kelz.
With Alexandra township serving as the backdrop for the visuals, Tamara Moeng as the model, and Mthokozisi Luke Ncube as the photographer, the lookbook embodies the brand’s South African streetwear and youth lifestyle.
Get paid R1 500 for being a professional snacker.
Three content pieces were created, each showing how the actions of men creep into the world of young boys.
Not only are South Africans among the highest consumers of alcohol in the world, but the country is also the worst in the world for drunk driving.