Posts – Arts & Entertainment

Sensational Soweto

  • 24 October 2013 by Lethabo-Thabo Royds

Soweto is wonderful and vibrant – from famous streets and monuments to lovely architecture, big malls and fantastic people, it is a sensational place that offers many exciting activities.


Things to do in the North West province

  • 24 October 2013 by Melanie-Ann Feris

There’s a lot to see and do in the North West province. Here are just a few of the activities we think you should cram into a quick getaway to the province.


Stunning street art in South Africa

  • 10 October 2013 by Lethabo-Thabo Royds

Some argue that graffiti (or tagging) and street art are one and the same, while others suggest that the former is not an art form while the latter is often a witty reflection on the state of the nation that brightens up urban environments.


#MeetSouthAfrica: Cedric Nunn

In conversation with art photographer Cedric Nunn.


Roots of Rhythm

South Africa’s stories aren’t just in the way we live or the food we eat. They’re not just in the traditions we practise, the histories we repeat or the languages we speak. They’re in our music and movement. And they’re in the powerful rhythms of our songs and the physicality of our dances.


Love, Prozac and modern-day dating disasters...

Love & Prozac is currently showing at the Theatre on the Square in Sandton. It stars the super-talented Sonia Esgueira.


Take your time in Thohoyandou

If you’re visiting Limpopo’s Thohoyandou or the area around it, be sure to take your time and speak to all the people you meet.


The Turbine Art Fair

The Turbine Art Fair is a celebration of South Africa’s creative talent. Opening on 26 July at the Turbine Hall in Newtown, Johannesburg, it’s an event that brings together exciting young artists to share and sell their work.


Inner-city celebrations

The Joburg City Festival is a celebration of all things Joburg, and takes place from 25 to 31 August 2013.


Down-to-earth art

Based in Sabi Sand Game Reserve in Mpumalanga, near the Kruger National Park, Johannesburg-born Simon Max Bannister creates art from found objects, landscapes and transitory elements like fire and water.