Fascination

The Camissa museum challenges existing narratives of people classified as “Coloured”

The Camissa Museum challenges the colonial and Apartheid narratives of those classified as "Coloured" and explores the true history of the establishment...

Pay back the money: A guide to collecting money you are...

When you loan people your money, especially family and friends, they can let you down by not paying back their debt and,...

Boeberaand is a celebration and a metaphor for life

Ramadan marks the month when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. During the fast, no food or drink is consumed –  yes...

Skemerdans is a shimmering light on Cape Town’s underbelly

Skemerdans is a neo-noir murder mystery set on the Cape flats, set for release on Thursday, 28th of April. It is set...

Jagger Reading Room: the historical cost of Cape Town’s fires

On the morning of 18 April 2021, a fire started near Rhodes Memorial, Devil's Peak in Table Mountain National Park. Driven by...

#WorkingLifeinSA: Luyanda Hlatshwayo on reclaiming waste

Stop looking for work, says Luyanda Hlatshwayo. There are no jobs: instead, we should create our own. As a reclaimer, he’s put...

A guide to Ramadan for the curious

This week Muslims around the world have welcomed the holy month of Ramadan. Following the lunar Islamic calendar, Ramadan, the ninth month...

Shubnum Khan takes readers on a wondrous journey in her new...

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” is a quote by poet, Mary...

“Tawedes” to an origin language as South Africa gets its first...

Some people may consider KhoiKhoi a forgotten language - but in reality, it’s used across South Africa every day. Words like dagga...

You really need to read Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas really has the magic touch. All of her books are fantastically written novels which can be read by people of...

Nathi Ngubane’s journey to published author and illustrator

The Daily Vox hosted a special Facebook Live with alumnus Nathi Ngubane. He is a freelance writer and illustrator who has written...

You really shouldn’t be posting pictures of your kids online

The excitement around the first day of school never grows old. The oversized backpacks and school uniforms on children will never lose...

The global cult of white supremacy: How the South African radical...

Some radical right-wing South African groups have travelled to the US in efforts to expand their organisational networks Haley...

Fascinations: A South African arts festival on WhatsApp

The My Body My Space: Public Arts Festival (MBMS) kicks off on the 29th of the January exclusively on a dedicated Whatsapp...

The List: Korean content everyone needs to watch

As the world locked down due to the coronavirus pandemic and people were stuck home, many turned to online streaming for comfort....

A guide to managing anxiety in the workplace during COVID-19

Many South Africans have been going to work since level five restrictions eased in 2020. But as the new year arrived, many...

Ling Shepherd: My life with a Covid-19 denialist

Many of us have entertained some kind of coronavirus conspiracy in the last year. I confess that I found myself down coconut...

We urgently need to think beyond “self-care”

Ling Shepherd argues that self-care is a lot more than a trip to the spa.  Notions of self-care are...

If you love baking Faaiza Omar’s My Sweet Life is for...

In My Sweet Life, self-taught baker Faaiza Omar had put together a collection of recipes ranging from cakes, cheesecakes, brioches to more...

Yes you can have summer fun at home

In partnership with the Solidarity Fund South Africans take December seriously. Truly, we prepare...
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