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  • LEGENDS LIVE at MTN Bushfire 2018

    The MTN Bushfire, Swaziland, 2018 artist line-up just got that much hotter with the announcement of African mega-starsSalif Keita & Yemi Alade & Ladysmith Black Mambazo as the latest addition to the main-stage for the festival taking place from May 25th – 27th.

  • Uncensored Black Consciousness: The Return

    It is an undeniable fact that we have certainly travelled a milestone since the original concept of Black Consciousness was introduced and written by the late legendary social activist, Steven Bantu Biko, in his piece, I Write What I Like.

  • Mama Veronica Sobukwe Receives Order Of Luthuli: An Honor Too Little, Too Late

    On the 28th April 2018, a day after Freedom Day, 90 years old struggle stalwart and anti-apartheid activist affectionately known as the ‘Mother of Azania’, Mama Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe, will be awarded the Order of Luthuli: Silver by South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guest House in Pretoria.

  • Bedlam in Bedlam

    Bedlam In Bedlam written and performed by Wazi M Kunene, is set to showcase on Saturday 12 May 2018 at the J&B Hive in Braamfontein Johannesburg. The poetry and music showcase features a four piece band (Bass, Drums, Keys, and Lead Guitar).

  • A Celebration of Bra Hugh Masekela

    Joburg Theatre, in collaboration with The Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation, will usher in Africa Month with a heart-warming celebration of Hugh Masekela’s theatrical music in an exclusive four-performance season on The Mandela stage, from Thursday, May 3rd to Sunday, May 6th.

  • Koša Ke Nnete

    Black Thought Symposium is a collective of artists, scholars and members of the community who are interested in using aesthetics as a theoretical site for understanding and giving account to the world we live in. The collective is committed to the development of arts and politics in a way that will translate into material change in our society.

  • The True History OF Sharpeville

    Post-1994 South Africa has a theatrical crisis of selective amnesia and partisan re-memberings of history.

  • Deluge In Swarga

    The captivating images, imagery, colours, sound and textures in the opening of Deluge in Swarga set Wazi Kunene apart and certainly compel one to calm down, shut down, listen up and be completely present.

  • Mama Sobukwe: The Mother of Azania

    “My mother is a very private person”. Dinilesizwe (bra Dini) Sobukwe – Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe’s eldest son – restrains our expectations in a sing-song deep-baritone voice that threatens to break into Barry White’s Acapella every time he opens his mouth.

  • Tjovitjo – For Us By Us

    For Azanians, our lives, our experiences and existence is the copyrighted sole property of a settler minority who have appointed themselves narrators of black life. In the arts and academia, this proprietorship is the normalised reality that artists of the land have to contend with in order to collect the crumbs meted out by the free market system.

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