Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
By using dehistorised images that don’t dismantle the status quo, Angolan-born multidisciplinary artist Kiluanji Kia Henda’s new solo exhibition falls into the very same colonial narratives he seeks to challenge, writes Motlatsi Khosi.
Back for its tenth edition, the FNB JoburgArtFair will feature more than 60 exhibitions from 11 countries across Africa, Europe and the US. Rhodé Marshall looks at five artists not to be missed.
Started in Germany, Mats Staub’s 21 – Memories of Growing Up has travelled through Serbia, England, Holland and Switzerland.
Hip-hop and politics collide in the graphic work of illustrator Nomonde Mtetwa. Going behind her many faces is Garreth van Niekerk.
2016 was an exciting year for local South African art and artists. City Press reviews some of its highlights.
Seussical The Musical Jr offers some vital messages using music and comedy.
Images documenting flood zones around the world take centre stage at LagosPhoto 2016. Garreth van Niekerk speaks to the man behind the lens.
Halloween is just around the corner and at Southern Guild’s latest exhibition of sculptures and collages by Justine Mahoney, some of our home-grown scary stories have been mashed up with pop icons to create a uniquely South African nightmare.
Afrofuturism is getting a face-lift. Garreth van Niekerk speaks to one of its brightest young speculators: Naomi Doras.
Here’s everything you need to know about this amazing visual arts event including ticket information and who not to miss on the TEDx stage.
One of the more extraordinary things I witnessed in Joburg’s contemporary art scene happened in Gwigwi Mrwebi Street in Newtown in 2011.
What do you get when you take the actors and characters from Orkney Snork Nie, Vetkoekpaleis and Molly En Wors?
The Muslim community is at a crossroads and Garreth van Niekerk speaks to the Essop brothers about art in a time of terrorism.
Cape Town born artist Lady Skollie's first solo show in the UK is opening soon, here's everything you need to know about her and her exhibit.
In 2017 there are at least lots of reasons to ditch the TV, and get out to the theatre.
In a statement to The Juice, UCT’s Pat Lucas said "there is no factual basis for any allegation that the University of Cape Town will no longer support ballet as an art form".
Everything you need to know about the local stage production of this timeless musical.
Charl Blignaut gets a sneak peek ahead of the debut of the work at the 2016 LagosPhoto Festival later this month.
There’s still a week left of the Cape Town Fringe Festival, here are some acts that you can still catch.
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