1h agoMusic to our ears: The Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra is back
When spring was ushered in, we were also given the good news that President Cyril Ramaphosa was easing some of the Covid-19 lockdown regulations. This meant that social events such as concerts would be able to take place.
Ambitiouzly riding the amapiano wave
New song, new genre, new artist!.
Roho is shaking it up with a performance circuit to die for
With his parents’ music collections made up of vinyls from artists such as Anita Baker and Ella Fitzgerald, it’s no wonder Roho’s sound...
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Samuel, a first-time director, switched artistic disciplines with a flair and confidence that saw this film play out like a...
Boity wants R1m to settle with Bujy
Media personality Boity Thulo has allegedly asked former Metro FM host Bujy Bikwa for R1 million as part of a settlement agreement...
Tech | Upgrade your life
Our resident tech expert Nafisa Akabor provides a few nifty gadgets to keep an eye out for.
The slow-yet-fast fall of a space empire
Apple TV+ poured millions into this production and it shows – with some spectacular space-age special effects writes Thinus Ferreira on...
Art, life and love: The collection of Nwabisa Xayiya
Once the auction is over and the works are sent to their new homes, writes Tymon Smith, the collector’s unique taste and her love and...
Terry: I don’t owe anyone
A bitter court battle is gradually unfolding in the Johannesburg High Court, involving renowned actress Terry Pheto and children’s toys...
Somizi’s all Lovey Dovey
Troubled media personality Somizi Mhlongo has scored a new TV gig on DStv channel Moja Love.
Album review: Tresor’s amapiano and pop-infused melodies in Motion
His sixth album, Motion, is aptly named as this singer and songwriter embodies the dying discipline of progression.
Marcus Harvey serenades his way to number one on Apple Music
With South Africa constantly making trends in the music industry worldwide, it’s no surprise when one of our own beats some of the...
Social media sensations and the art of staying power
We must be careful not to let our rising talent down because we are too quick to hand them star status.
Bollywood channel back on air after legal tussle that saw it booted off OpenView HD
Last week, Glow TV director and businessman Nazeer Noormohamed lodged an urgent court bid through his company, NIS Digital, to reverse...
SA stars unite in Dubai to showcase the country’s diversity and aptitude
South Africa’s cream of the crop were united in the United Arab Emirates to celebrate and showcase the country’s diversity and aptitude...
Tears run dry for AKA, but controversy remains
Hip-hop sensation AKA has had his fair share of media scrutiny in the past. From the scandalous timelines that surrounded his...
Black Tax returns for a second season
Thuli must adjust to having her parents in close proximity, as well as balance any love interests with raising two her children.
SK Khoza’s ex-fiancée alleges he’s a woman-basher
Award-winning actor Sthembiso “SK” Khoza has been accused of being a woman-basher by his now ex-fiancée Ayanda “Mandy” Hlongwane.
Pearl Thusi ends the year on a high
With a stake in an alcohol brand, a gig at the Afrimas and a film lined up, the star is making moves and minding her bag.
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