Kwaito King pin and businessman Arthur Mafokate, the man at the centre of the national Arts Council debacle over the disbursement of the Presidential Economic Stimulus funds for artists maintains that he has done nothing wrong.
By Edward Tsumele During times of a lingering existential threat such as the Covid-19 pandemic, it is easy for those who are privileged to lock themselves in their comfortable homes … Read More
By Edward Tsumele If you have ever visited Maboneng, you certainly must have seen a lone guitarist strumming his guitar at the famous restaurant, Mexicana on Fox Street. This establishment … Read More
By Edward Tsumele Leading modern and contemporary art auction house Strauss &Co. is currently hosting its online only March 2021 auction, running until March 29, having commenced on March 22. … Read More
By Edward Tsumele The women are painted in bold colours, and their postures are suggestive of women steeped deep in Zulu Culture, and there is no doubt about their closeness … Read More
By Edward Tsumele Wild animals have throughout history been both friends and foes, such as predators sometimes causing physical harm to human in encounters, and at other times human beings … Read More
By Edward Tsumele, CITYLIFE/ARTS Editor As Friday’s long- awaited meeting between Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa and leaders of enraged artists over the Presidential Economic Stimulus Package (PESP) … Read More