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Monday, October 22, 2018

Comedy

Loyiso Madinga Live

On a nippy afternoon during the National Arts Festival, I didn’t know I would be laughing as freely as I did at Loyiso Madinga’s...

Music

Ikhambi: Medicine for spiritual healing by Nduduzo Makhathini

South African jazz artist Nduduzo Makhathini takes the audience through a quest he explains as healing. Ikhami is an isiZulu word for medicine. Fourteen blue...

Iphupho L’ka Biko

Out and about

Fest Cribs with Jaryd Pillay

Ever wonder how the artists of The National Arts Festival live? Catch this instalment of Fest Cribs as Anima McBrown tours Jaryd Pillay’s crib...

A day in the life: Moms at Fest

07:30 Bathed and ready on a school holiday! Mvaphantsi kids from Grahamstown who hosted their cousins for the first week and weekend of #NAF18, were...

Family Fare

Galela: Watering Young Minds

South Africa might be slowly recovering from the water crisis with Cape Town dams back at 40% capacity but director of Galela, Thembela Madliki...

A day in the life: Moms at Fest

07:30 Bathed and ready on a school holiday! Mvaphantsi kids from Grahamstown who hosted their cousins for the first week and weekend of #NAF18, were...

National Arts Festival

Flotsam: Silent, floating and fluid theatre

The overarching theme for this year's festival, entitled 'Voices and Silence', plays into the methods of how artists performers go about conveying their messages...

Selwyn and Gabriel: Layers and Lessons

Selwyn and Gabriel is a jarring representation of the importance of speaking out. Silence that leaves one empty opens the door to tragic consequences....
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Press releases

The Grahamstown Kwantu Choir to perform at Spiritfest

This year the Grahamstown Kwantu Choir comes to Spiritfest, bringing a concert to the Cathedral with voices from across Grahamstown in seven different languages...

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Ikhambi: Medicine for spiritual healing by Nduduzo Makhathini

South African jazz artist Nduduzo Makhathini takes the audience through a quest he explains as healing. Ikhami is an isiZulu word for medicine. Fourteen blue...
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Grey Desk Interviews: Marty Kintu

Marty Kintu is an actor and independent filmmaker based in Cape Town, South Africa. He performed in When Swallows Cry at this year’s National...
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Grey Desk Interviews: Phil de Lange

Phil de Lange is a comedian based in Cape Town, South Africa. He debuted his first solo show, the Phil Spectrum at this year’s...