Anxious Joburg is a new book, a set of essays and reflections that consider the intimate inner lives of Johannesburg.
‘The Karen book of rules’ focuses on how to be channel your inner ‘Karen’ for good instead of evil.
The star says the main reason he decided to write the book was because of the knowledge he has gained over the years and he felt well-positioned to share his insights and views.
Engineer and now author Teboho Mofokeng’s new book titled ‘Finding your seat at the table’ helps employees realise their true potential in redirecting those who face job loss or figuring out their next career move. In this book extract, she talks about finding opportunities.
The author shares her journey, explaining how she became SA’s ‘Financial Fitness Bunny’.
As her collection of financial lessons flies off the shelves at bookstores, Nicolette Mashile offers Citizen readers some practical lessons to tackle lockdown debt.

Lifestyle How to get out of debt once and for all

Debt settlement is a viable option to pay off a debt. It’s asking your credit provider to possibly give you a discount on your payment if you can settle the entire debt at once says Nicolette Mashile in her new book.

Celebs & viral Sizwe Dhlomo calls Rasta to order after ‘Black Panther’ painting attempt

Many tried to figure out who the person in the painting is, since it does not look like Chadwick Boseman.

Entertainment 10 memorable quotes from Frank Orji’s new book ‘No One is Coming For You’

The book will inspire you to tap into your inner power and take charge of your life.

Entertainment Women’s Month: 4 African female authors to read

These four women are some of Africa’s most accomplished contemporary authors.

Entertainment Move over Rasta! Leonardo da Convincing is here

If the artist’s comments are anything to go by, they’ve never had a disappointed customer. 

The Arts and Books Nigeria’s queer literature offers a new way of looking at blackness

This sheds light on how members of the Nigerian and the African literary community in the diaspora speak back to homophobia. And how they explore the everyday fears, desires, pleasures, and anxieties of those who experience same-sex attraction or do not identify with a specific gender.

Entertainment Dance academy in Nigeria brings ballet to underprivileged children

Dancer Daniel Ajala says locals in the neighbourhood were sceptical at first about his plan to teach ballet.

Lifestyle I’m huddled in a frozen ball, my hands pressing my knees together. ‘Please don’t rape me.’

Author, Melinda Ferguson celebrates 20 years being clean and sober. In this book extract, from Smacked she puts you right in the middle of her addiction.

Entertainment Cinemas, museums need to apply to arts and culture minister first before they can reopen

Ramaphosa announced places such as cinemas can reopen on advanced Level 3, but the public has been waiting on the exact directions and compliance that will need to be met. 

Entertainment WATCH: World-famous opera house opens to unusual audience, and it’s spectacular

The 2,292 spectators didn’t even take toilet breaks during the performance.

Lifestyle WATCH: What’s the future of theatre in South Africa?

The Market Theatre’s Artistic Director, James Ngcobo, details the various initiatives they have undertaken with actors across the country.

The Arts and Books Leonardo’s ‘quick eye’ may be key to Mona Lisa’s magnetism

This superhuman trait, which top tennis and baseball players may also share, allowed the Renaissance master to capture accurately minute, fleeting expressions and even birds and dragonflies in flight.

The Arts and Books Creativity thriving in lockdown at the Javett Art Centre

The institution recently invited South Africans to create lockdown art, proving that people are doing more than baking banana bread.

The Arts and Books Stolen Banksy work from door of Paris Bataclan found in Italy

The portion of the Bataclan door is not the only Banksy to have been stolen from Paris.

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