SA expects decisive leadership from the president, including the fight against Covid-19 and holding his Cabinet to account, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Morning clouds. Mild.
Almost a week into the national COVID19 lockdown, many South Africans, including the artist community, are still trying to make sense of the very real, long-term effects of this on their livelihoods and careers. Government relief appears to be limited.
The National Arts Festival has announced that its long-serving Chief Executive Officer, Tony Lankester, will be stepping down from the position later this year.
The party plans to release an election album, which it says will conscientise South Africans about the most important history of the country.
eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede says there is no deal with former president Jacob Zuma to record an album of struggle songs.
The survival of the youth and outreach programmes of the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and the orchestra itself are in peril due to delays in Department of Arts and Culture funding.
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art has announced the resignation of its executive director and chief curator Mark Coetzee.
An exhibition honouring the 607 black soldiers who died on SS Mendi in 1917 will open at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, PE.
Endless activities, arts and crafts for your little busy body.
The inaugural Film, Arts, Music and Entertainment SA Awards got off to a shaky but good start at the University of Limpopo in Polokwane this weekend.
Infecting the City is still going strong and we've got the best of Day 4 right here!
Fewer and fewer people will be risking their lives by venturing outside their homes as they stream entertainment from the comfort of their couches while blissfully unaware that those behind their favourite shows are going through a crippling time, writes Herman Eloff.
Somizi so proud of his mom for getting the highest honour.
A Walter Battiss painting is among the exciting finds uncovered during Strauss & Co’s Antiques Roadshow-style valuation day at the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg.
Who said food is only for consuming?
Venda-born Noria Mabasa's artwork centres on access to education and gender-based violence.
First they created detailed mosaics to adorn the walls of a housing project in Manenberg. Now, they have gone on to decorate the entrance to the Cape Town Civic Centre with their mosaic murals.
A 16-year-old South African ballet dancer, Leroy Mokgatle, has won a scholarship at the Prix de Lausanne international ballet competition in Switzerland and was also given the title of 'audience favourite' at the prestigious event.
The streets of Cape Town are being transformed into something spectacular during the public arts festival, Infecting the City. See all the pics from Day 5 here. (Photos: Warren Talmarkes, Channel24)
The streets of Cape Town are being transformed into something spectacular during the public arts festival, Infecting the City. See all the pics from Day 3 here. (Photos: Warren Talmarkes, Channel24)
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