Senior Writer Thato Rossouw reviews Sipho Mnyakeni’s anthology Dear Oliver Tambo.
Thato Rossouw writes about Stone Mayo’s single launch turned jam session, held at Pitseng African Restaurant.
In his column, Thato Rossouw argues that shoddy workmanship in the arts must be called out
Macufe Theatre proved just how brilliant local talent is, and how foolish we are for neglecting it, writes Thato Rossouw.
Tshepe vs Trap brought joy to those who came for artists, and confusion to those who came for hip hop, writes Thato Rossouw
Scores of writers gathered in Mangaung to mark the 10th Anniversary of Macufe Wordfest, reports Thato Rossouw
Phonetic harmony is a goal that not many bands that set out to achieve ever do. But for the HARVEST Live in Concert band, reaching this goal is not only a feat they achieve—it is one they do so with grandeur, writes Thato Rossouw
Art lovers of all kinds gathered at the University of the Free State’s Johannes Stegmann Art Gallery on the cool Wednesday evening of 23 August 2017 for the opening ceremony of the Art of Human Rights exhibition, writes Thato Rossouw.
In this heartfelt recollection, ART STATE Senior Writer Thato Rossouw takes us “Down Literature Avenue”, as he retells his own journey with books, their companionship and everything writers may never read about anywhere else, but here.
The muffled sound of a late sound-check sounded like a depressing song for a despondent scene in a low budget movie in which audience members were made to stand outside, while organisers busied themselves with things they should have busied themselves with days earlier, writes ART STATE Senior Writer Thato Rossouw in review of OddZ’s Lights Out show.