HBO lines up potential heirs to its crowning glory

Game of Thrones has just one season to run after the current one — but could live on in spin-offs

Cinema that cut through the divides of apartheid

Kismet’s history highlights Cape Town move to find ways of integrating city still held apart by apartheid, writes Pippa Green

Mozambican artists captivate global collectors

The past meets the present in carved tree roots and refashioned civil war weapons as a new generation builds on the nation’s rich legacy of art

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Women artists draw the eye in winter auction of top local works

While male artists outnumber female counterparts in SA, the high value of pieces by the likes of Irma Stern and Maggie Laubser confirms a turning tide

Investors’ spotlight falls on contemporary African art

The African art market has performed very well and there is optimism 2017 will conclude on a high not, writes Fred Scott

Photographic exhibition puts fresh focus on living with HIV/AIDS

Participants from 10 cities across the world provide a moving glimpse into their fears and desires in an attempt to destigmatise the disease

Johnny Clegg’s touring journey nears its end

After almost 40 years of foot-stomping music that challenged apartheid and promoted reconciliation, the musician is heading out on his final tour

THEATRE: Madness and its effect on saviours

Lara Foot has an interesting way of engaging audiences when her subject matter is painful, writes Edward Tsumele

Award-winning Gcina Mhlophe gives young, local storytellers a voice

Mhlophe won the documentary award at the prestigious LA Film Festival last week, and is taking her film Liyana to the Durban International Film Festival in July

When art becomes the happy pill to cure depression

Artist Sam Shendi exhibits lively, bright and upbeat sculptures that conceal his harrowing history, writes Mary Corrigall

Presenting master architect Frank Lloyd Wright in a new light

The Museum of Modern Art in New York is exhibiting Frank Lloyd Wright’s personal and professional records, writes Paul Goldberger

THEATRE: Many are the tales bones have to tell

The dramatic story of Prestwich Place skeletons inspired playwright’s new work after returning from London, writes Janine Stephen

World watches unfolding tragedy as the US technicolour dream fades to black

Hollywood, for all its sins, is faithfully tracking the disintegration of the American way of life, writes Yunus Momoniat

Musical promotes peace among all communities

The brutality and unfairness of xenophobia is a core theme in Vusi Mhlongo’s Voice from Kilimanjaro, writes Edward Tsumele

Life washes up on a sea of trash

Choreographer Lexi Meier’s experiential installation, which highlights plastic pollution in the ocean, will be on show at the National Arts Festival Fringe, ...

Futuristic Xhosa sci-fi film hits the silver screen at Brics festival in China

Jahmil XT Qubeka’s film Stillborn, shot in the dark in Joburg, will open the festival in Chengdu

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