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Tanisha Neill is a furniture and homeware designer from Cape Town, South Africa.
Robyn Agulhas is a South African streetwear designer.
Mia Louise Senekal
Mia Louise Senekal is an interior and furniture designer.
Luvo Mahangu is a fashion designer and musician.
Keshia Smith is a fashion designer from Cape Town, South Africa.
Kehumile Mate is a qualified interiors and furniture designer.
Jessica Le Roux
Jessica Le Roux is an ideation student and designer from Cape Town.
Fazlin Hoosain is a interior and furniture designer
Diana Seboke Zitha
Diana Seboke Zitha is a crochet artist from Limpopo, South Africa,
Dane Edward Fair is a furniture designer.
Berna Buys is a South African fashion designer.
Ghilian Chevelu is a design student from Plettenberg Bay.
Christopher MacClements is a classically trained architect and a self-taught graffiti artist, illustrator and creative.
Andrew Earl a designer, engineer, artist and researcher from Cape Town, South Africa
Lené Swartz is a young fashion design student from Cape Town, South Africa
Using art activism to fight gender-based violence
Artists and creatives came together for the 'Rise' exhibition to raise awareness about gender-based violence in South Africa.
Li Edelkoort is back at Design Indaba! This time with an important green message
For Design Indaba Festival 2020, futurist Li Edelkoort will host inspiring new trend seminars in Johannesburg and Cape Town this February 2020.
Cape Town school built with its pupils unique needs in mind
Cheré Botha School provides pupils with a learning environment that limits excess stimuli and distraction.
An outsider's critique of the American Dream
Zimbabwean-born photographer Barry Salzman talks to us about his latest project as well as his award-winning series on the Rwandan genocide.
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South African student tackles plastic waste with edible straws
Chemical engineering student Leila Siljeur has won R50 000 for her “Eat Me Straws”, a collection of edible and environmentally-friendly straws.
SMTNG GOOD is cosying up to art and design for the greater good
“I wanted every aspect of the project to be Proudly South African, to invest in South African resources and simultaneously contribute to growing the economy.”
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