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A conversation with The Fashion EDI and Paseka Sonamzi and

In conversation with Fashion EDI How do you put a conversation whereby three people told the stories of their love for what they have been gifted into one thousand and something words, and ensure that the documentation feels like the reader was sitting right next to you throughout the conversation? There is so much from […]Read More

Mpumelelo Mtintso on Book Ibhoni

Book Ibhoni, a space to read, learn and share Many of our first encounters in classrooms begin with books and we have this relationship with books in educational spaces for years. Do we have [these] relationships with books outside of the classroom though? How are we ensuring that we instill a love for reading and […]Read More

Fashion Meets Tennis in Mbulelo Faluti’s Photographic Body of Work

The relationship between fashion and sport in Mbulelo Faluti’s photographic body of work ‘The game of tennis has always been intrinsically-tied with fashion, players endeavored to look their best while swinging their rackets’. – HYPEBEAST Sports and fashion meet on the tennis court. The love that exists between the two has become an everlasting component […]Read More

Boitumelo Machaba’s Bana Ba Metsi Bana Ba Moya Exhibition

Bana Ba Metsi Bana Ba Moya Many African children grow up in homes where our first encounters with the spiritual realm begin at home. Usually, the birth of our spiritual journeys come to life in conversations with our elders and through seeing them pray with all their hearts among other acts. I attended Boitumelo Machaba’s […]Read More

The Birth of Kiki X Chucky

The rise of a true pioneer and master mind lyricist, Kiki X Chucky Hip Hop has welcomed with open arms a great artist who grew up under the sun of the city of gold, Johannesburg. The young Hip Hop/Trap/Trap Soul artist is described as the only hardest rager in our land who is a representation […]Read More

Cosmos & Community by Tinyiko Makwakwa

Tinyiko Makwakwa’s Cosmos and the Community Sometime during the course of this week, in the beautiful space of Braamfontein in Johannesburg, we visited the Kalashnikovv Gallery. From the outside the portraits, that find home within the gallery space and rest on the walls, already have something to say. They call you in. Therefore, we stepped […]Read More

Justice Mukheli on Dismantling Preconceptions of Africa

Justice Mukheli talks to CNN’s Africa’s Voices Changmakers about his tool of dismantling the spaces that shut African people and African voices out  How to Write About Africa (2006) by Binyavanga Wainaina with its dissection of the Western perceptions of Africa is a book we should all read to understand who the world thinks we […]Read More

Street Dogs, a documentary

Street Dogs, a documentary focused on the role of waste reclaimers in our society brought to life by Samora Machel (Cape Town) born and bred Aphiwe Koti What we really appreciate about documentaries is the impact the narratives and experiences shared have on our worldview. The purpose of a documentary is rooted in the important […]Read More

A limited edition by Sir Abner x Fabric Bank

What is described as an ethereal piece of moving art. Light and flowers are the same. The emission of every light particle narrates its own distinct tale. A light bulb does not have what the moon does. In addition, daisies and roses carry different kinds of beauty. However, let us focus on light. Photographs are synonyms […]Read More