Muntu Vilakazi photographs the ‘Politics of Bling’ on Johannesburg’s East Rand.
A very subjective list of the top ten films of 2013.
Martin Scorsese digitally restores Djibril Diop Mambéty’s masterpiece Touki Bouki.
A Kenyan film asks in order to evolve, what part of ourselves do we keep and what part do we leave behind.
A rare and informative glimpse into a situation and part of the world that normally only receives minimal, lazy, and inaccurate coverage.
For his CNN food travel show, Bourdain picks black Gauteng rather than pretend-European Cape Town and the Western Cape.
The idea that a post-racial South Africa can only be achieved through the adoption of white ideals, culture, and norms by black South Africans.
Introducing the South African writer, K. Sello Duiker’s novel ‘Thirteen Cents’ to US audiences.
The U.S. premiere of Alain Gomis’ new film “Tey (Aujourd’hui),” starring Saul Williams.
Why is the great director Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep) making a state-sponsored biopic?
The negative effects of tourism, globalization, and commercialization in Zanzibar.
Harry Belafonte and Martin Scorsese are planning a TV series on King Leopold II of Belgium’s brutal rule in the Congo.
Andrew Dosunmu’s film “Mother of George” is a film about love and tradition set amongst Nigerian immigrants in New York City.
There is something to be said about the sheer volume of highly-anticipated films made by black filmmakers or about communities of color.
The ‘premature’ launch of South Africa’s second 24-hour news television channel.
Two Nigerian-American brothers hope to bring a unique African cultural perspective to cartoons, comics and animation, where Africans are usually absent.