ARTICLES RELATING TO CULTURE

Sex workers are fundraising for Australia bushfire relief by selling nude photos online. They've raised hundreds of thousands, but not without consequences.

2020-01-08 18:01

Australia is suffering through unprecedented bushfires, and people from around the world have harnessed creative means to raise money to help.

Portfolio committee calls for probe into death of 21 initiates in the Eastern Cape

2019-12-20 19:40

The portfolio committee on cooperative governance and traditional affairs has condemned the deaths of 21 boys at initiation schools in the Eastern Cape this year, calling for an investigation into the deaths.

WATCH | Fruitless expenditure: Man eats $120 000 piece of art - a banana taped to wall

2019-12-08 20:33

The move was bananas... or maybe the work was just too appealing.

This robot 'dog' can climb ladders, a first for four-legged robots

2019-12-01 16:57

The robot uses a 3D camera, touch and force sensors on its claws, and a self-training neural network to scale ladders.

AmaXhosa King Sigcawu to receive official category 1 funeral - Presidency

2019-11-21 19:32

AmaXhosa King Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu will be honoured with an official category 1 funeral, the Presidency has revealed.

AmaXhosa king Zwelonke Sigcawu's memorial services, funeral details confirmed

2019-11-16 18:57

The Xhosa royal family, together with the Xhosa royal council, have announced the funeral details for amaXhosa king Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu, who died on Thursday.

Cape Town photographer's exhibition on whiteness smeared with faeces

2019-11-13 16:14

A Cape Town photographer is unfazed by the defacing of her public exhibition on whiteness, saying it is an 'expression of engagement' in a conversation which the country needs to have.

San, Khoe remains obtained unethically by UCT in the 1920s to finally rest in peace

2019-11-04 20:07

An interdisciplinary team has shed light on the lives of nine individuals whose remains were obtained unethically by the University of Cape Town (UCT).

Giant skeletons are bursting through the streets of Mexico City as it kicks off Day of the Dead celebrations

2019-10-31 16:25

It took two days for local artists to put together the stunning display for Día de los Muertos in an effort to encourage cultural preservation.

From Alexa-powered smart glasses to a serious AirPods competitor: These are the 8 craziest and coolest new gadgets Amazon unveiled in an hours-long event on Wednesday

2019-09-26 14:43

On Wednesday, Amazon announced a mess of new stuff — from an Alexa-powered smart oven to a set of wireless headphones aimed directly at AirPods users.

 

WATCH | ICYMI: Cape Town Street Parade in 60 seconds

2020-01-05 10:58

The streets of Cape Town were lined with families camping out on the sidewalk, excited to see the Cape Town Street Parade. Watch.

An artist sold a banana duct-taped to the wall for R1 million. On Sunday, someone tore the fruit off the wall and ate it.

2019-12-09 17:11

This week, Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan displayed a piece of art titled "Comedian" at a gallery in Miami. Then someone ate it off the wall.

We just got a rare look inside Mark Zuckerberg's home — take a look

2019-12-03 19:41

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and philanthropist Priscilla Chan offered a rare look into their home in a new interview with CBS This Morning.

A Komodo dragon hit the beach wearing a turtle as a hat, and there's video evidence

2019-11-25 19:05

It takes a lot to stand out — but this Komodo dragon seems to have achieved that by deciding to wear a turtle as a hat.

Acting amaXhosa king appointed following death of King Sigcawu

2019-11-18 16:48

Nkosi Dumehleli Mapasa has been named as acting amaXhosa king, following the death of King Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu, a royal spokesperson says.

'Unfortunately we lost him this morning' - shock after amaXhosa king dies

2019-11-14 18:00

The Eastern Cape health department says more details on the death of amaXhosa king Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu will be released, but only after the necessary protocols were followed.

Court rules in customary law dispute over burial of children shot dead with their mom

2019-11-08 19:56

A grieving family have won the right to bury their daughter's children after a protracted battle involving customary law delayed their funerals.

Thabo Makhetha expands her Basotho blanket range with her own unique print

2019-10-31 17:27

Fashion brand Thabo Makhetha is officially on its way to making yet another footprint in fashion.

Controversial 'demonic' art project at Curro school taken down amid Christian outcry - pastor

2019-10-23 15:00

Grantleigh Curro's controversial art exhibition on the relationship between money and religion has been taken down in the wake of an outcry that it was 'demonical', the man who complained about it says.

These are the more unusual foods you should be trying when you travel abroad

2019-09-13 14:32

Travelling soon? Instead of eating the usual tourist foods, try these instead.

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