Hospice Wits Night With The Stars

Hospice Wits, a Non-Profit Organisation that focuses on caring and supporting patients with life-threatening illnesses, is one such organisation that is in need of support. Established in 1979, it has grown substantially over the years to serve families in the Johannesburg metropolitan areas, as well as Soweto. Focusing on quality of life and dignity for…

Winter Ready Coats From Superbalist’

We are fast approaching Winter and Superbalist has the kind of have jackets and trench coats to see us through the tough and cold months. They have all kinds of cool jackets that can be manipulated to fit any occasion. Check out my favourites below; feel free to down some shopping of your own and…

Best Looks From Accra Fashion Week

Accra Fashion Week presented it’s 3rd installment of an amazing fashion week featuring a number a great fashion designers from all over the world. Even though Accra Fashion Week has been operating for 3 seasons, they have managed to become one of the biggest fashion weeks in Ghana. Feast on some of my favourite looks…

“Vee In Colour”, A Mood Of Sorts

“VEE IN COLOUR” is a visual project that explores colour through characteristics of human visual perception. “Vee in Colour” is a project created by three creatives who aim to investigate how the use of colour reflects people’s thinking and behaviour in a different ways. Different colours mean different things to different people, like how if…

Batuk’s Move! Music Video Is All Sorts Of Visual Goals

  BATUK consists of two very talented individuals, songstress Manteiga and producer and rapper Spoek Mathambo and they have released Move!, their latest single which has a very dope music video. Batuk is Manteiga’s collaboration with established electronic music producer Spoek Mathambo. Move! is an ode to the township roots that shaped the members of Batuk….

The Art Of Black Hair And The Women Whose Hair Inspires Us

  In recent years, black women have been embracing and loving their natural hair, ditching chemicals and using protective hairstyles to diversify their hair. There was some kind of shift in the universe because black women started cutting short their relaxed her opting to start their natural hair journeys through locking their hair and letting…

Art Noise Travel Residency Program Calls For Applications

Art Noise is introducing a residency travel program to recruit independent creatives of Africa/Black descent and those of non-African descent as well who have interest in African arts and culture to engage in a three month travel program in over 3 different African countries for 2018. The Program is designed for independent visual creatives, designers,…

African Artists That You Should Know

Art heals. art saves and art teaches; at least that is what I believe. I have been following a few artists whose work takes me to different worlds that I have imagined and the few that I have seen. I love how relatable all the painting are to me. Michael Soi Michael W. Soi (1972)…

Black Magic At Abantu Book Festival

Black people seldom have spaces to be unapologetically black, but Abantu Book Festival is one of the few spaces that has allowed us to enjoy our blackness and indulge in black literature by black African authors without any interruptions. Do not be fooled into thinking that black people don’t read, because we do, we enjoy…

Spree SS17 Celebration.

Fashion lovers came out in large numbers to see the preview of the SPREE SS17 collection at the Tin Factory in Kramerville last night and we got to see the some gorgeous garments that will be trending this summer if they are not already trending. The coolest thing about the event setup was that 4 top…