Conservation: A world without wildlife

David Gorin paints a sobering picture of man’s ongoing destruction of the animal world

Events to watch online

One undeniably good thing to come out of lockdown is the digitalisation of industry fairs and festivals

FREE TO READ | A new guard of art, artists and the state of SA's art industry in Wanted magazine's September edition

The annual September art issue is packed with new faces, words from the experts, beautiful artwork, and compelling opinion

Cricket SA: All spin, no substance

Forensic audit a central issue as battles continue and AGM is postponed

The rise of the dark kitchen trend in SA

The ‘dark kitchen’ trend is gathering pace locally. And no, we don’t mean a dish served cold — la Eskom. Richard Holmes found out more

BOOK REVIEW: Philippe Sands’ The Ratline

The Ratline is a meandering biography only partly about a man who deserved his painful demise. That he lived in terrible times was a tragedy for millions of ...

The comfort of strangers

We evolved to gather, to socialise, to commune — so why should some invisible terrorist take that away from us?

ART: It’s not about the size

Events to diarise, big and small

Buying a holiday house

With interest rates at their lowest in decades and restrictions on international travel the new normal, why not scoop up a holiday home in SA?

The secret life of books

A story unfolds and it’s not on the pages — it’s about the pages, writes Luke Alfred

FREE | Read the full gentleman's guide to style, tech, cars and more in Wanted magazine's August edition

Men (and women in charge of men) — let our latest issue set you on the right stylistic trajectory

TRAVEL: Stellar stays in SA

Intraprovincial leisure travel is legal again. To celebrate, Candice Botha rounded up some stellar spots to escape to throughout the country

Rise of the alcohol-free brands

Alcohol taps have been turned off but entrepreneurs are offering crafty and cool alternatives, writes Richard Holmes

What Pieter Dirk Uys and others are doing during lockdown

Keith Bain asks some well-known personalities how they have reset their values