Africa

What lost photos of Blue Notes say about South Africa’s jazz history

The story of the Blue Notes is inextricable from apartheid’s exiling of the musical imagination

How Masekela’s journeys in exile shaped his music and politics

Masekela’s 30 years of exile began shortly after the Sharpeville Massacre

How artistic expression is being stifled in East Africa

Governments in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda are attempting to muzzle the voices of everyone in the expressive space

South Africa should turn to ‘creative clusters’ to boost the arts

The Department of Arts & Culture is currently reviewing its arts, culture and heritage policy

Graffiti is an eye-catching way to create lively spaces in cities

The US, UK and Australia have adopted aggressive – and expensive – strategies to try and eradicate graffiti

How South Africa can grow its gaming industry

South African gaming companies currently create 310 direct jobs