Alyssa Klein studied at Lehigh University and the University of Cape Town.
On Telling the Human Story of Apartheid Through Film
South African filmmaker Zwelethu Radebe talks his forthcoming 24-minute Apartheid-set film, The Hangman "Umlengisi"...
South Africans on Twitter Defend Caster Semenya Against U.S. Media
The South African middle-distance runner heads into the first round of the 800m event with an entire nation behind her.
Kajama is a New ‘Future Soul’ Electronic Sister Duo From South Africa
Listen to "Tricks," the debut single from South African sisters Nandi and Nongoma Ndlovu's 'future soul' electronic duo Kajama.
Meet the Queer South African Feminist & Disability Rights Activist Taking Oxford By Storm
25-year-old South African Eddie Ndopu has become the first African with a disability accepted to the University of Oxford.
Artist and Perpetrator: Are South Africa’s Arts Promoting Rape Culture?
Arts’ role in perpetuating a culture of gender-based violence had many on edge at the 37th Durban International Film Festival.
South Africa’s 10 Biggest Moments of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
As the Games wrap up, it’s safe to say Team South Africa killed it. We look back at RSA's biggest moments of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
Meet the Soweto Punk Band Making Rock ‘n’ Roll for Kids in the Hood
South African rockers and skaters TCIYF on bringing punk rock and skateboarding to the streets of Soweto.
Meet Lo-ghost, Cape Town’s New ‘Queer Positive’ Alt-Pop Duo
Cape Town alt-pop duo Lo-ghost's debut music video, "Ghost in a Blood Machine," may very well be the prettiest video you'll see all year.
Meet the Young South Africans Making Post-Breakup Fashion & Beats
South African fashion designer Nokana “Dodo” Mojapelo and producer Hakim Malema's 'Booty Call' is a sensitive trap album about heartbreak.
Mashayabhuqe KaMamba Drops ‘Sun City Flow’ Performance Art Video
Watch South African Digital Maskandi star Mashayabhuqe KaMamba's new self-directed video for "Sun City Flow."...
Meet the 23-Year-Old Nigerian-American Rower Making History at the Olympics
Chierika Ukogu put her medical school dreams on hold to become Nigeria's first Olympic rower.
Cinema Africa: Wonder Boy for President’s Tony Miyambo
The South African political satire 'Wonder Boy for President' opens in cinemas nationwide. We get to know one of the film's stars.
Cinema Africa: ‘The Unseen’ Filmmaker Perivi Katjavivi on Exploring Postcolonial Identities in Namibia
Perivi Katjavivi’s feature film debut is a collection of philosophical musings on what it means to be alive in post-colonial Namibia.