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10 July 2016, 2:37pm
Video: AKA wows at #NAF2016
Video: AKA wows at #NAF2016
Entertainment

Rapper AKA wowed the crowd and had everyone on their feet at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival.

10 July 2016, 2:34pm
Video: Joza street parade at #NAF2016
Video: Joza street parade at #NAF2016
Entertainment

The National Arts Festival brings celebrations to the township of Joza in it's annual street parade.

10 July 2016, 2:02pm
Video: LGBTI are #QueerToStay at NAF
Video: LGBTI are #QueerToStay at NAF
Entertainment

#QueerToStay "take back the night" in Grahamstown after two hate crime incidents against the gay community took place at a local watering hole.

9 July 2016, 2:53pm
#NAF2016: Town was a-buzzing and a-bopping
#NAF2016: Town was a-buzzing and a-bopping
Saturday Star

The annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown winds down after days of mad activity.

8 July 2016, 5:14pm
Unveiling the sad truth of hate crimes
Unveiling the sad truth of hate crimes
Entertainment

'Unveiled' gives vignettes of the experiences of five Muslim women after the attack, at the National Arts Festival.

7 July 2016, 6:13pm
#NAF16: Student issues simmer 22 years post-democracy
#NAF16: Student issues simmer 22 years post-democracy
Entertainment

A discussion on the nationwide hashtag student protests turned into a heated debate.

7 July 2016, 5:57pm
#NAF16: Masterclass on how to work a crowd
#NAF16: Masterclass on how to work a crowd
Entertainment

Emmy-nominee Mojak Lehoko's's entrance to a hit song is the first hint at the rap star aura that he'd exude throughout the show.

7 July 2016, 5:49pm
#NAF2016: Play examines Ruth First's cruel solitude
#NAF2016: Play examines Ruth First's cruel solitude
Entertainment

Prison solitude, torture and sensory deprivation pushed activist to the edge

6 July 2016, 5:38pm
#NAF16: 'Dark Lioness' strikes at racism
#NAF16: 'Dark Lioness' strikes at racism
Entertainment

Powerful photos force viewers to examine politics of race and pigment as well as hate crimes against LGBTI community, writes Nontando Mposo.