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Design Indaba

African designers to collaborate with Ikea

Ikea, the Swedish company that specialises in designing and manufacturing furniture, appliances and home technology, wants to collaborate with South African and African designers...

BRICS: Transforming the global political and economic architecture

Since its inception, the BRICS grouping of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa has made great strides in challenging the traditional global political and economic paradigm.

Makoko Floating School: a model of Nigerian cutting edge design

Nigerian Kunle Adeyemi's floating school in Makoko, Lagos, has received widespread international appeal and won the acclaimed architect several awards.

BRICS to reform the global political and financial architecture

Minister of International Relations and Co-operation, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Next week will see the leaders of China, India, Brazil, Russia and South Africa gather in Fortaleza,...
2010 Fifa World Cup: success stories

Touring Joburg’s stadium masterpiece

Johannesburg visitors and residents who are keen on seeing the architectural masterpiece that is Africa's biggest stadium - known as Soccer City during the 2010 Fifa World Cup, since renamed FNB Stadium - can now take a guided tour of the city's famous "African calabash".
Creative designs drive SA exports

Video: South African design showcase

The sixth annual Design Indaba Expo took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on the weekend, showcasing the best in South African advertising, architecture, craft, decor, film, fashion, graphic design, interior design, jewellery, furniture, industrial and product design - all under one roof.
New freedom for Women's Jail

New freedom for Women’s Jail

The Women's Jail in Johannesburg has gone to Sao Paulo in Brazil . in the form of Utopia Nowhere Close, an exhibition of contemporary architecture. The jail, which once housed political prisoners, has undergone major restorations and architectural additions to reflect its new function as a centre for human rights in post-apartheid South Africa.


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