Year: 2019

“Joburg Selected” Art Exhibition by Sam Nhlengethwa

Through this new series, Sam Nhlengethwa takes us on a journey through the City that we know and that he experienced whilst working in and around Johannesburg. Focusing on a series of popular buildings, places and faces that have meant something to him over the years, using his art, he gives us a tour of […]

Open Letter to Minister of Justice Ronald Lamola

Dear Minister of Justice Ronald Lamola, I felt compelled to write this letter as soon as possible given (late in publication) developments in the cabinet announcement by the incumbent state president Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa. I therefore write to you as the new Head of the Country’s justice system. The letter speaks to two main issues, […]

This short zine by illustrator Tshepo addresses depression & suicide through digital animations.

“The zine is centered around depression and suicide awareness. I used a set of characters that I developed from different personalities I’ve come across. Being friends with people who battle with depression and also living with it I wanted to create something that communicates the effects suicide has on people with depression and those who […]

Vanimax Comix: Local Free online comic site disrupting the comic world in a uniquely African way.

1.What or who inspired Vanimax Comix? Is it based on real people or purely fiction and why the name “Vanimax”? A: Vanimax Comix was inspired by the 1981 Mark Of The Cobra storyboard that was based on the book published by Macmillan. The stories are based on the African stories that have been buried with history. […]

Brenda Nokuzola Fassie: A Tribute [EVENT]

1981. At the beginning of what would be a politically charged and tumultuous decade, 16 year old Nokuzola Brenda Fassie moves to Joburg. One Sabata Koloi Lebona, musical doyen-producer-songwriter, visits ‘MaBrrr’ in her Langa home and she relocates to Soweto in order to pursue a career (read calling) in music. She joins an all womxn […]

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