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Two designers for SA Men’s Wear Week

Two designers for SA Men’s Wear Week

News makers

Zimbabwe’s fashion and entertainment duo of Mbo Mahocs and Gilmore Tee are attending this year’s South African Menswear Week kicking…

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Gareth Nyandoro’s UK solo exhibition

Gareth Nyandoro’s UK solo exhibition

Visual Arts

Gareth Nyandoro’s first UK solo exhibition opens in London on February 19, 2016 without the artist. That is because the…

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Two projects for Cape Town Art Fair

Two projects for Cape Town Art Fair

Visual Arts

Green Shoots, an exhibition which opened at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) mid - January and the recent exhibition…

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2015 Glenna Luschei Prize Winner

2015 Glenna Luschei Prize Winner

Book Review

Kobus Moolman’s collection A Book of Rooms (Deep South, 2014) has been named the winner of the African Poetry Book Fund’s 2015…

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African Theatre: Why it’s important to transpose Western dramatic classics

African Theatre: Why it’s important to transpose Western dramatic classics

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The Western dramatic canon has been a source of irritation to some Afrocentrists, who see it as providing unfair criteria…

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The 2015 Zimbabwe Annual Exhibition

The 2015 Zimbabwe Annual Exhibition

News makers

It must have been harder for the judges to come up with winners of 2015 Zimbabwe Annual Exhibition and the…

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Bittersweet reflections in a selection of South African poetry and prose

Bittersweet reflections in a selection of South African poetry and prose

Book Review

Political scientist and published poet Keith Gottschalk shares his recommendations for good reads that cut to the chase on undercurrents…

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South Africa: A double-speak nation

South Africa: A double-speak nation

Book Review

Born in 1973, Niq Mhlongo is part of a young generation of black writers who depict their country without concession.…

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The 56th Venice Biennale experience

The 56th Venice Biennale experience

Visual Arts

It was a great feeling to return to one’s former University and be on the other side of the desk.…

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Reflections on 56th Venice Biennale

Reflections on 56th Venice Biennale

Perspective

It is somewhat awe-inspiring to be in place that is so dense in world history and surrounded by art in…

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An appetite for Traditional and Organic Foods

An appetite for Traditional and Organic Foods

News makers

The 2015 edition of the Traditional and Organic Food Festival (TOFF) drew participants from Binga, Chimanimani, Chipinge, Chivi, Gokwe, Honde…

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