A periodic, pop-up live radio studio, a performance and exhibition space, a research platform and living archive.
Our short film of the creator and star of "Awkward Black Girl," Issa Rae, whose father is Senegalese and mother is African American and who spent part of her childhood in Dakar.
Rendani Nemakavhani (alias Missblacdropp) is a Johannesburg-based graphic designer and illustrator who initiated the collaborative project
Two black Capetonians went to rich Camps Bay and filmed white people going on about their lives.
Back, but a little delayed due to our site maintenance/redesign are Hipster’s Don’t Dance with their November
Rwanda isn’t simple. Recently, the BBC’s This World documentary series broadcasted what they call Rwanda’s “Untold”
Those brilliant satirists over at SAIH are back with another take down of the never ending quest to
Have we learned nothing?! Thirty years ago, the Band-Aid video showed pop stars with 1980s hair raising
What role should media play in the midst of controversial cultural expressions, like songs that address racist violence by white farmers against their workers in South Africa?
The Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund (SAIH), the organization responsible for the brilliant Africa for Norway campaign, is
The collective BE.BOP works to introduce a decolonial way of thinking about the visual arts in Europe and Africa.
Often the biographical genre puts the burden of accountability on the subject written about than it
Sometime last year, I attended an exhibition opening entitled “Dreams Close To Home” at the Two by
Our video department went to train at the Hillbrow Boxing Club in downtown Johannesburg.
"An African City," the web series about five single women in Accra, Ghana.
I have to be honest; I had to Google Map the village of Lieshout to see
Martin Scorsese digitally restores Djibril Diop Mambéty’s masterpiece Touki Bouki.
A Kenyan film asks in order to evolve, what part of ourselves do we keep and what part do we leave behind.
A rare and informative glimpse into a situation and part of the world that normally only receives minimal, lazy, and inaccurate coverage.
For his CNN food travel show, Bourdain picks black Gauteng rather than pretend-European Cape Town and the Western Cape.