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Publication on Ponte City wins photography award

Artist Mikhael Subotzky and UK-based arts editor Patrick Waterhouse named winners of this year’s Deutsche Börse Photography Prize

Appearance on Australian satirical show ’exciting’ says SA comedian

Loyisa Gola. Picture: SUPPLIED

Local comedian Loyisa Gola says his first stint on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s satirical news programme, The Weekly Show, went well

Film about controversial dune mining on Wild Coast to make local debut in June

Nonhle Mbuthuma of Amadiba Crisis Committee shows the red sand at Kwanyana Beach near Xolobeni in the Wild Coast that is at the centre of the dune mining dispute. Picture: DAILY DISPATCH/LOYISO MPALANTSHANE

Film about conflict within poor community over proposed dune mining and toll road cutting through their land to have dual South African premieres in July

SA's homegrown superhero series, Jongo, attracts international attention

Actors Katlego Baaitse, left, and Pacou Mutombo and film crew members Ted Keulemans (obscured), Nick Keulemans and Phillip Wolmarans film a scene for the television series Jongo, which aims to introduce Africa’s first homegrown superhero, Eli King. Picture: MOTION STORY

Eli King, Africa’s first homegrown superhero, can run superfast, jump awe-inspiringly high and is very strong, thanks to a blue crystal his dead father left him, writes Sue Blaine

Exploring meaning in work and the workplace

The Yellow Jersey, Sequence V forms part of Simon Gush’s Workplace exhibition. Picture: SIMON GUSH/STEVENSON GALLERY

Artist Simon Gush’s latest exhibition, Workplace, examines the various ways work constructs our identities, as well as the ideological assertion that it is morally ‘good’, writes Sue Blaine

Opinion

HALF ART: Artists get beyond having a go at coconuts

Emeka Ogboh’s sound and video installation, Àlà, is part of Post African Futures. Picture: EMEKA OGBOH/GOODMAN GALLERY

Exhibition promises to emphasise the border as a site of diffusion and exchange, rather than separatist thinking


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