The policing of black hair often begins at a very young age, in the most subtle and intimate spaces, long before you get to school.
An interview – captured on film – with Cape Town-born artist Kemang Wa Lehulere about his work.
Watch: South Africa’s ‘born frees’ gag on the rainbow nation pill they’ve been fed for the past 21 years.
Viva Riva! director, Djo Tunda Wa Munga, on African self-representation, and opening a production company in “chaos.”
Rejecting how African products are marketed to Westerners.
The artist Umlilo documents their metamorphosis from a tortured outsider to a fully realized divine being.
The National Arts Festival, that celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014, is the second biggest arts festivals in the world.
District Six was the start of a really vibrant, none racial South African and that’s why it had to die.
Our video department went to train at the Hillbrow Boxing Club in downtown Johannesburg.
Ethiopian-American artist, Wayna, explores issues including police brutality, disenfranchisement, race and identity in her music.
An alternative lens on migration stories that are often ignored in the mainstream media.