In last week’s column, after an interview with Chepape Makgato, I wrote about the recent and forthcoming work produced by this energetic artist and arts activist.

In a follow-up interview, I pressed Makgato further about his new position as chief curator of the William Humphreys Art Gallery (WHAG) in Kimberley. How, I wondered, does he seek to position the gallery in the SA arts and culture landscape?..

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