The 38th edition of the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) is set to captivate audiences with its first ever German Focus, which features ten gripping films by some of Germany’s finest directors, a masterclass by German film industry professionals, as well as networking sessions with the cream of the international film industry crop.
The International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (Association Internationale du Théâtre de l’Enfance et la Jeunesse in French) usurped Cape Town’s theatres and performance spaces from 16-27 May. Photographer Suzy Bernstein shows us her most memorable moments. [more …]
This project initiated by the Goethe-Institut Johannesburg aimed for participants from different African countries and Germany to face their common history. Here is what three participants experienced on their journey. [more …]
Literary Crossroads is a new series of talks where South African writers meet colleagues from all over the continent and from the African diaspora to discuss trends, topics and themes prevalent in their literatures today.
There are countless influential women who have shaped Africa’s countries and societies. But few African women enjoy exposure on internationally relevant online databases such as Wikipedia. WikiAfrica and the Goethe-Institut intend on tackling this issue with the Wiki Loves Women project.