Professor says he sees scant chance of the survival of the Afrikaans culture in the long-term or even the survival of the Afrikaners as “a people” in new book
Was EFF’s call to boycott the SATY Awards the reason they have been postponed?
Bitter Eden is the vivd, frank and starkly intimate account of author Tatamkulu Afrika’s life as a WW2 prisoner of war
We take you on a tour of the first major British exhibition to tell the story of South Africa through archaeological, historic and contemporary artworks.
This autumn, South Africa: the art of a nation, at the British Museum, explores 100,000 years of history through archaeological, historic and contemporary artworks.
Do you really need an excuse to drop everything and flee to Paris in search of culture?
If that’s too spontaneous for ya, then perhaps Fulham on a Friday?
Although, in truth, the Eurostar to Paris may be quicker than the District Line to Fulham.
The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners list has been announced… and it is breathtaking.
The South African caught up with Arno Carstens ahead of The Nudies’ upcoming events. Plus, find out how you can win tickets to their show in London on 5 November:
A night of vigorous bidding at Strauss & Co’s s spring auction in Cape Town generated R58 million in sales, a record for the Cape Town office and the second highest individual sale result for South Africa’s leading auction house. The sale, which featured over 630 pieces, achieved an 82.5% sell-through rate, an achievement unmatched by rivals.
Thick Time, William Kentridge’s first solo British exhibition in more than a decade, coincides with a London staging of his cine-concert Paper Music.
Leading auction house Strauss & Co’s forthcoming spring sale in Cape Town takes place on 10 October.
For the first time, the British Museum is telling South Africa’s story, from early rock art, through the colonial period, apartheid, the birth of the ‘rainbow nation’ and South Africa today.
There’re two giants currently on display in Rio de Janeiro… and they look amazing.
Paper Music, an intriguing combination of animated film and live music, will play at The Print Room at the Coronet this October.
This Zimbo’s got so much soul, his music will your day with good vibes.
Should you go to Tate Modern to see the American modernist painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s exhibition (she is known for the flower paintings that look like lady’s parts), do make your way across the hall and go to the extraordinary Jane Alexander exhibition.
Comical series of illustrations shows what anxious people struggle with on the daily…
Pinky Pinky lurks behind the walls of girls school toilets, waiting patiently to brutally murder them.
Talented artists, it turns out that failed previous audition you went to was nothing but a rehearsal for the audition that promises to bring the whole world to your feet.
Artist, Brecht Vandenbroucke decided to capture society’s unbreakable addiction to social media in his comics.