Tseliso Monaheng / 28.08.2015 We catch up with Rendani Nemakavhani – designer, illustrator and initiator of collaborative project '30 Days & A City' about trekking innercity Jozi and what she’s cooking up next...
Samora Chapman / 21.08.2015 Mahala bumped into Cape Town based artist – Ello – while she was painting a wall in Durban on a golden afternoon. Her refreshing artwork mixes childlike fantasy with elements
Anonymous / 17.08.2015 Yesterday the nation mourned and remembered the tragic Marikana massacre, which shook the world on 16 August 2012. Activations around the country called for justice and reparations. Lest we forget
Franky Blank / Images by Nina Zillah Bekink / 06.08.2015 The Frown’s launch of their new album, We Are Not Dead, shot rivers of enigmatic voltage through my veins. Every detail was mesmerising, from the delicately folded origami swans to
Samora Chapman / 06.07.2015 Mark Middlewick is not enamoured by all the flash-money of the film industry. He cares about his art form and his vision above all, and his track record proves it.
Samora Chapman / 05.07.2015 Last Sunday – Venice Beach to Santa Monica, Los Angeles.
George Kirkinis / Images by Laura McCullagh & Teigue Blokpoel / 03.07.2015 "Take the art down off the gallery wall, dust it off, and place it where it was always meant to hang: in your mind..." Thought provoking impressions by George Kirkinis
Mahala Scribes / 01.07.2015 "I am a young black South African trying to understand my country and myself… The pictures I produce are a way of liberating myself and people around me.” Meet Sipho
Morrel Shilenge / 29.06.2015 Esther ‘Gogo' Mahlangu is believed to be the most important Ndebele artist working today. From painting walls with feathers and twigs in Mabhoko Village to doing a paint job on
Samora Chapman / 17.06.2015 A bad case of Zakifobia is what you should have if you missed out on the Saturday night goings on in Rivertown, Durban. Fear of missing out, not fear of