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Celebrating 23 years of courageous and brave journalism

The winners of the 23rd Nat Nakasa Journalism Awards were announced at a gala dinner at The Trevor Huddleston Memorial Centre in Sophiatown on 14 August 2021. The flagship event of the South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) awards journalists who have shown courage and

ZAPIRO giveaway winner prize competition

Giveaways!

It’s been one helluva year – again. We’ve seen Zuma resign as president, the DA go after its own people, Trump exercise his megalomania, the rise of racial tensions (as well as the petrol price) and the flaring of tempers. All while the Guptas fled

West Side Story returns!

West Side Story, a production by Eric Abraham and the Fugard Theatre, exploded onto the Cape Town stage in the winter of 2015, onto the Joburg scene in early 2017 and, due to overwhelming demand, will return to the Artscape Opera House stage for one

Lara Foot’s The Inconvenience of Wings returns

Lara Foot’s highly-acclaimed, award-winning play, The Inconvenience of Wings, returns to the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, from 13 February to 3 March.      The production transfers to the Baxter, following a short season at the Theatre on the Bay, from 30 January to 10

foodSTUFF

Reflections on food and stuff

Tony Jackman’s foodSTUFF: Reflections & recipes from a celebrated foodie is a beautifully produced collection of recipes punctuated with memories, reflections and witty essays. Creative Feel spoke to the maverick food writer about his refreshingly original take on life and food. foodSTUFF: Reflections & recipes

The inconvenience of wings

The Inconvenience of Wings – ‘close to the bone’

Acclaimed writer and director Lara Foot’s award-winning play, The Inconvenience of Wings, is now on at the Market Theatre. Following its sold-out success at the National Arts Festival and the Baxter Theatre Centre last year, Lara Foot’s award-winning latest play, The Inconvenience of Wings, makes

King Kong

The Evolution of King Kong

Fifty-eight years after it was first staged in 1959, an ‘evolution’ of South Africa’s most significant, influential and iconic ‘all African jazz opera’, King Kong, will open at the Fugard Theatre in July before travelling to the Joburg Theatre in September. The original production of

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