Tag: state theatre

Hope and dreams of Sibusiso Khwinana: A tribute

TRIBUTE TO SIBUSISO KHWINANA, RESEARCHED BY INEKE HURTER. A fresh young artist with a promising career ahead of him, Sibusiso Khwinana was the face of the 2019 South African coming-of-age comedy Matwetwe. He was also the face of immense optimism and hope in arguably one of the toughest […]

Cyclic terror in a frock of red

In a moment, he takes an audience who is laughing and chatting loudly, and renders it speechless, quietly weeping and praying. This is the starting point of Albert Silindokuhle Ibokwe Khoza’s Red Femicycle, which has enjoyed a few platforms in Gauteng this year. An essay on the scourge […]

Sof’town blues

AH, SOPHIATOWN. HOME and suburban melting pot of such a rich concatenation of frenetic, beautiful and terrible culture that forms the backbone of who we are as creative South Africans, striving for that precious riff or that elusive line of poetry to make us remember what matters. Ah, the […]