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Ashraf Johaardien BASA Business Arts South Africa Awards ceremony

Category is: Emperors and Activists

Ashraf Johaardien nurtures multiple passions and has been associated with several major South African arts and culture organisations in various roles over the last two decades. He is the CEO

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre PHOTO Peter Cook

Artwashing or symbiosis?

Currently consulting in the creative industries, Michelle Constant is a journalist, radio presenter, business leader and champion of the arts. The recent decision by the UK’s Royal Shakespeare Company to

Dr Noel Solani DITSONG National Museum Cultural History director

Encore: Dr Noel Solani

Dr Noel Solani is the director of the DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History and its sites. ‘In the past, I worked for the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha as

Vuyani Dance Theatre Company Week Dokta Moyo VDT South Africa

The year of looking back to move forward

Following the success of Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Boléro at Joburg Theatre, Vuyani Dance Theatre returns to Johannesburg for the annual Vuyani Week to close off their twentieth-anniversary celebrations. Newtown-based

Crested Barbet African Robots Ralph Borland

African Robots

African Robots is a project initiated by Ralph Borland to intervene in street ‘wire art’ production in Southern Africa. It brings DIY electronics knowhow and cheap components to produce interactive

Indigenous Languages Conference 2019 Department of Arts and Culture South Arica

‘We are what we speak’

In 2016, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages and envisaged that actions taken during this year will generate

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