More local artists for World Cup concert

Football authority Fifa and the South African music industry have ironed out their differences over the inclusion of local artists in a pre-World Cup concert to be held in Soweto, Johannesburg on 10 June, with more local artists now set to perform alongside a host of international stars.

SA singer is new T-Mobile voice

South African singer/songwriter Baz Corden has been snapped up by major European mobile provider T-Mobile as the voice of their latest advertising campaign.

Woyzech: puppets for grownups

Tragedy told by puppets ... That's what's on offer at Johannesburg's Market Theatre as the award-winning and well-travelled Woyzeck on the Highveld , designed by William Kentridge, makes a nostalgic return to the space it premiered 15 years ago.

Gerard Sekoto’s ‘illustrious album’

It's taken Barbara Lindop two years to bring to fruition a project she is intensely passionate about: recording the music and songs of the late exiled artist Gerard Sekoto onto "an illustrious album" due to hit the music stores before the end of the year.

Tapsula jive at Market Theatre

A production exploring an innovative new concept in South African dance, Tapsula - an explosive mix of edgy township pantsula jive and classic tap - runs until the end of June at Johannesburg's African Bank Market Theatre.

Celebrating Joburg in photos

The photographic exhibition "Celebrating Johannesburg" kicks off the new year for residents and tourists looking for a fresh angle on South Africa's commercial heartland, with various aspects of the city seen through the lenses of five South African photographers and one Londoner.

Kentridge: master of his craft

William Kentridge is not only South Africa's best-known artist, he is also regarded as an artist of great importance internationally, with galleries around the world queuing up to exhibit his works.

Kwaito’s looking sharp!

A new documentary film about kwaito culture tells the story of a music form that burst from South Africa’s computers and synthesizers after Nelson Mandela's release from prison in 1990.