Even as she suffered an asthma attack just moments before her time on stage, Noxy still lived up to her vows of loving and respecting the arts—in sickness and in health, reports Ace Moloi
While South Africans were recovering from wrestling each other for the cheapest TV on Black Friday, Bloemfontein artists gathered in their numbers for a priceless Black Friday deal in the form of a free television masterclass, writes Ace Moloi.
Fana Mini’s rise to stardom is a story of perseverance, sacrifice and humility, writes Ace Moloi.
Love, Crime and Johannesburg PR Officer and ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reflects on the production’s behind-the-scenes.
Ba Re E Ne Re Literature Festival was a festival of stimulating ideas around literature, writes ART STATE Publisher Mpho Matsitle.
ART STATE Hip Hop Correspondent Thandeka Diphoko was invited to the launch of Thembile Thembile’s The UltraSound EP. After giving it a thorough listen, and a young chat with the MC, she tells us all about it.
If the primary function of art is to be a carrier of tradition and customs, then Kgolo Tlola Pitsa is the most powerful weapon in the hands of Batswana, writes Ace Moloi.
Interview with ART STATE’s news editor Teboho Mpholo on the role of student media in the campus community.
Ace Moloi watched Makhosi Mamome of M2M PHOTOGRAPHY live in action, and rates him as everybody’s dream photographer.
Dear Oliver Tambo’s lead act Ofentse Khutwane is a young woman of many talents, writes Teboho Mpholo.