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No Art Supplies? No Problem for SA’s Coffee Artist

Enoch Mlangeni can’t afford art supplies, so he uses coffee instead. The 27-year-old from Sasolburg stumbled on this innovative form of art when he spilled...

Binyavanga Wainaina, 1971–2019, RIP

Kenyan author and activist Binyavanga Wainaina has died, at the age of forty-eight. Wainaina passed away at 10 pm on Tuesday night at Aga Khan...

Mafikizolo set to perform at Global Citizen Festival in Berlin

Mafikizolo are set to fly the South African flag at the Global Citizen Festival in Berlin, Germany, later this month. The band's Theo Kgosinkwe shared...

How to keep pests away from roses in winter

To avoid powdery mildew and black spot, spray foliage every two weeks with a fungicide, until June.  The longer you can manage to keep foliage...

South African Library for the Blind celebrates 100 years

The South African Library for the Blind, the only Library servicing blind persons in Southern Africa, celebrated 100 years in operation on Thursday, 28...

Okwui Enwezor, curator of Documenta and Venice Biennale, has died aged 55

Okwui Enwezor, who helped to push the geographical borders of art history and the art world and was the first African curator of Documenta...

Revisiting the legend of flying Africans

As an experimental documentarian, I reimagine the function of archives for black women. There are stories the ancestors have buried, and I feel them...

Spike Lee on Green Book’s Oscar win: ‘The ref made a bad call’

Spike Lee, whose film BlacKkKlansman was Oscar-nominated for best picture, said “the ref made a bad call” when Green Book won the top prize at Sunday’s...

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