iKhaya le Langa’s art, craft and retail space is named ‘iindawo’ which in isiXhosa means ‘spaces.’ It is a home to many black creatives that, until now, had to leave the townships in pursuit of ‘credible’ spaces to sell their higher quality design products. Our aim is for iindawo to become a center of African creative and design excellence.
We have structure this curated retail space for contributors, chosen from across the fashion, arts and design disciplines, to display their work on a three-month basis. The ‘iindawo’ concept is flexible and will, at times, extend to our exhibition spaces, café walls, playground and courtyard areas.
Magnum Foundation offers scholarships to photographers and journalists from non-Western countries to support their participation in the six-week Photography & Human Rights program. Sipho Mpongo's work as a photographer has earned him entry as the first South African to be accepted into the program.