Local bourse recovers from Thursday’s losses on positive sentiment amid rumours that President Cyril Ramaphosa may reshuffle his Cabinet any day now
Anthony Butler says the DA may feel compelled to move right and the EFF left, and Resilient’s share price hit a three-and-a-half-year low
The debate about forming a Workers Party to unite the left political formations and progressive civil society formations cannot be postponed, says Vavi
Cyril Ramaphosa emphasises consequence management, with Zizi Kodwa to evaluate performance
Chinese entrepreneur becomes Mercedes-Benz’s biggest shareholder
The ratings agency has issued a lukewarm report on the budget, voicing its concern about Eskom, public sector wage negotiations, free tertiary education and the NHI
But the country fared less well in the underlying indices, including policy perception, confirming what local companies have said about the deterioration of regulatory confidence and security
The ruling Communist party’s Central Committee prepares to change the constitution to end term limits as Xi’s personality cult grows
Flyhalf finally shrugs off injuries and is raring to get season going against Hurricanes at Loftus
His Bank Zero is likely to epitomise Jordaan and his career thus far — innovative, consumer focused and cool in a nerdy banking way
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The festival celebrates dance music that combines traditional Mozambican dance rhythms with Portuguese folk music, writes Struan Douglas
Curator Christopher Till is a excited that he has the privilege of undoing the obscure status of Brian Bradshaw’s oeuvre
Lebo Mashile turns the story on its head with Design Indaba performances
The reclassification by the appeal tribunal in effect reduces the award-winning film to pornography, writes Edward Tsumele
An invitation to participate in SA’s cultural and economic recovery
The lead actor in the movie commented on a ruling by the Film and Publication Board ordering that the film only be shown at designated ‘adult ...
The Strauss & Co auction will take place at the cruise terminal at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, near the Zeitz Mocaa, writes Mary Corrigall
This means the film cannot be screened in cinemas or any other platform that is not designated ‘adult premises’ as defined by the Film and ...
Klimt’s Zwei Liegende drawing was taken by a museum secretary, who hid it in a cupboard before leaving instructions that it be returned to the city after ...
Famous black Americans including Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X unpack civil rights debate still raging today, writes Diane de Beer
Botswana-born and US-raised Dr Same Mdluli wants African art to be viewed as an investment, writes Eugene Yiga
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Most performers struggle as they have no pension or medical aid, writes Lesley Stones
POPArt showcases cutting-edge and experimental work by new voices to ensure the richness of South African theatre, writes Kgomotso Moncho-Maripane
Like in a romantic maze, visitors must find their own way through Kemang Wa Lehulere’s extraordinary exhibition, writes Melvyn Minnaar
Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World brings a true-life kidnapping drama to the silver screen
Unearthed songs, video clips and rare recordings provide full picture
Business and Arts SA believes in the power of working with the creative sector, writes Michelle Constant
Screenings of the Academy Award-nominated Inxeba: The Wound were halted in some provinces after threats, writes Edward Tsumele
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