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no responses. 11/07/2018 Motlagae Konyana

Sho’t Left to Grahamstown National Arts Festival

By Motlagae Konyana The Grahamstown (Makhanda) National Arts Festival is a winter holiday must -go […]


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no responses. 11/07/2018 Nomali

Turbine Art Fair 2018 — What to see

By Nomali Cele The RMB Turbine Art Fair is returning once more to the Turbine […]


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no responses. 10/06/2018 Nomali

My Father Died for This – The Calatas will be on Today with John Perlman

By Nomali Cele Lukhanyo Calata and his wife, Abigail Calata, wrote a book about the […]


no responses. 29/05/2018 Lwazi


The Wonders of Rock Art: Lascaux Caves and Africa Exhibition is a journey into the […]


no responses. 22/05/2018 Natasha

Philip Tabane: the African musical genius who played for the spirit

By: Gwen Ansell, University of Pretoria Philip Tabane. Oupa Nkosi/Mail & Guardian   South African […]


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no responses. 17/05/2018 Nomali

Nollywood movies to watch this Africa Month

By Nomali Cele Sometime in the mid-00s, Nollywood movies took off in South Africa. This […]


no responses. 16/05/2018 Zuko

#KayaIsAfrica African Art stolen during colonisation

By Zuko Komisa African artifacts stolen by colonisers The looting of a country’s resources is […]


no responses. 14/05/2018 Zuko

How June 16, 1976 changed Sam Nzima’s life

By Zuko Komisa   Over the weekend we woke up to the news that one […]


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no responses. 19/04/2018 Nomali

Black Chronicles IV on Life with Kojo Baffoe

By Nomali Cele If you have wondered where black people’s representation is in Victorian times […]


no responses. 16/04/2018 Natasha

Beauty in free art

By: Natasha Archary    Some call it art, others refer to it as vandalism. Graffiti […]