Made up of Buyisiwe Njoko (lead vocals), Tebogo Mkhize (acoustic guitar), Lerato Seitei (electric guitar), Benedict Watte (percussion), Musa Zwane (bass), Siphiwe Mgidi (drums), the collective is known for their experimental sound.
ISSUE001 explores the general South African summer gear in the lens of current fashion, introducing bold accents and over-sized pockets to staples such as the bucket hat, plain white t-shirt and gilet.
NOTGOOD.ENOUGH ™ reimagines the idea of multiples for its second official collection, tilted ‘Parallel’.
Soweto-born DJ, curator and booking agent Lerato ‘Lakuti’ Khati, who is currently based in Berlin, will make her way to South Africa to perform one of her legendary sets on Friday, 10 January at The Third Place, Newtown.
Tuning into Lali Boi’s debut album Siyangaphi is like existing in polar opposite worlds.
Black Sheep is a visual and journalistic consortium that delves deep into taboo, nuanced and contemporary stories of Africa’s youth, while, blending an aesthetic that is bent on effective journalism through an Avant-garde edge.
LU CLXN, pronounced Lu Collection, is a newly found South African athleisure clothing brand.
Internationally-acclaimed visual artist Faith XLVII completed her largest mural to date. Standing 11.000 square feet tall, this piece – titled ‘The Silent Watcher’, pays tribute to Noam Chomsky, and calls out for brotherly love.
iSkeem Semicimbi is made up of multimedia practitioners Mawande Manez Sobethwa, Bulumko Stifler Gana, Mandla Mahashe and Luvuyo Wogqoyi.
The house mother lets us into the world of African Ballroom, and the importance of such spaces within the LGBTQ+ community.
Elaine, a Pretoria-based 20-year-old singer-songwriter, quickly grew to fame after the release of her debut album ‘Elements’ which topped charts weeks after its release.
Cape Town-based art collective, APESH!T YOUTH explores identity by being ‘Aggressively Progressiv’. Hailing from the city’s townships, the eight members use multidisciplinary arts to motivate fellow young creatives whilst providing a platform to represent them. The group uses its platform as a means of support for one another and their […]
The British Council and Twyg are collaborating on an exciting Design Futures storytelling project. Writers, videographers, photographers, multimedia storytellers and audio artists from Malawi, Zambia, Mauritius, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa have been invited to apply.
Embellishing an array of idiosyncratic designs, Alien Girl describes her work as ‘an ignorant style with finesse’. She recalls first exploring stick and poke in September 2017, and her first-ever tattoo being a miniature sized rose above her knee. “I really wanted a tattoo for my birthday but I was […]
Afropunk returned to Johannesburg on December 30 and 31 at Constitution Hill, Braamfontein. We saw a diverse group of individuals come together once again this year to honour the year that was and welcome the new one in true South African style. The festival made its first debut at the […]