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Joburg Theatre Sarafina

Sarafina! the Broadway musical for Joburg Theatre

Joburg Theatre, in partnership with Keeloz Global Entertainment, will be restaging the internationally acclaimed Broadway hit musical Sarafina!. Directed by Nhlanhla Ngema and starring Noxolo Dlamini as Sarafina, it will be staged from 19 July to 11 August 2019 at the Joburg Theatre’s Mandela Stage.

Everard Read Brett Murray art sculpture

Everard Read proudly presents Brett Murray’s ‘Hide’

Everard Read Cape Town is proud to present Hide by Brett Murray. This is the acclaimed satirical pop artist’s first solo exhibition at the Cape Town gallery. Offering a fresh assortment of Murray’s idiosyncratic critters, Hide sees the artist moving away from the pointed political critique

ZAPIRO giveaway winner prize competition


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

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Brett Murray’s gorilla

Brett Murray, The Visionary: Portrait/Self-Portrait, 2015. Bronze, 60 x 63 x 45 cm. Courtesy of Everard Read and Circa Galleries. Exhibited as part of his 2017 show Again Again, The Visionary: Portrait/Self-Portrait, the black bronze depicts a figure mimicking Murray’s own short, round form resting

Sasol New Signature 2018

Mulatedzi Simon Moshapo – Sasol New Signatures Merit Winner

Meet Mulatedzi Simon Moshapo one of the awesome Sasol New Signatures 2018 Merit Winner Where does your passion for art come from? I am definitely influenced by the political instability happening across my mother continent, Africa where people are being forced to move to nearby countries and

Ismail Mahomed

Great strides for arts advocacy for young audiences

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. Access to the arts for young people in South Africa has grown significantly over the past decade. Thanks to the passionate and visionary work of the South African chapter of ASSITEJ International,

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Remember Your Freedom

Since 1995, during the first half of every year, South Africans have celebrated some of the most important socio-political events in accomplishing the reconstruction of our nation’s history and the building of a free and democratic future.      Following Human Rights Day on the

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