“I leave no stone unturned; even on rainy days the stage gets dusty.” ~ Kedibone Mohapi
Among the many things I do for a living, I write. I’ve been writing professionally for over five years now, and my writings – like this text – have always been in English.
For this instalment of State of Mangaung Arts, ART STATE publisher opts for a thought experiment rather than a reflection.
Radio 2000’s breakfast show serves justice to the airwaves, and just ice for our morning blues, writes Ace Moloi.
Bloemfontein’s hopeless romantics were fed a love potion of poetry and soul music, reports Mpho Matsitle.
Fana Mini’s rise to stardom is a story of perseverance, sacrifice and humility, writes Ace Moloi.
At the core of it, Inxeba is a beautiful albeit tragic story of unrequited – or more accurately, unrequittable love, writes ART STATE Publisher Mpho Matsitle.
Mpho Matsitle makes notes about Love, Crime and Johannesburg’s music director, Andile Qongqo.
Love, Crime and Johannesburg PR Officer and ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reflects on the production’s behind-the-scenes.