23.4.2019 02:22 pm
The author chats to us upon release of his latest hilarious novel.
Sihle Khumalo has travelled the African continent using only public transport. The result is a bestselling book that’s full of colour and adventure. Just after the release of his latest work, Rainbow Nation, My Zulu Arse, he chats to The Citizen about African travel, his love of words and possibly (just maybe) even writing for us.
The production deals with survival and trying to break the cycle of violence against women.
The painting was originally taken by the Nazis in 1943.
The programme gives emerging photographers access to resources and business opportunities.
The event aims to create meaningful collaborations between local and international artists.
While the show is not for under 13s, the closing number still provides one of musical theatre’s biggest lessons.
Hop on the Johannesburg Green Tour at the main terminal point in Rosebank and explore the leafy suburbs around Zoo Lake.
The exhibition examines resistance arts to abstraction and scenes of everyday life.
The comedy aspect of the show never undermines the challenges of performing the complex choreography.
This is the first time the live arts production house will present a show at the Foxwood Theatre.
Growing up in Mdantsane Township in East London, Rolinyathi said his love for art was inspired by his surroundings.
The play can be described as ‘provocative, honest and hilarious with a real heart’.