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Stream Beyoncé’s new musical film ‘Black Is King’ on DStv Now

SPONSORED | SA stars John Kani, Connie Chiume, Nandi Madida and Warren Masemola feature in the musical film

Filmmaker Layla Swart changing the game with fantasy series 'Blood Psalms'

At 32, she is the producer in charge of Africa's most ambitious TV project Blood Psalms that have been billed as the Game of Thrones of Africa".

Bulletproof concept 'about brotherhood'

The police series, which made its debut in SA in January last year, follows best friends Clarke, who plays the role of Aaron Bishop, and Walters, who portrays the role of Ronnie Pike Jr.

Top 50 Mrs South Africa semifinalists to be announced via livestream

The semifinalists will be announced on Women's Day (Sunday, August 9) between 10.30am and 11.30am through live streaming on the Mrs SA social media pages.

Radio 2000 raises profile of female presenters

Radio 2000 will be launching a campaign called First Ladies of the Airwaves where the station plans to profile its female presenters to highlight women's success stories as well as focus on sticky issues of gender-based violence (GBV) and discrimination.

Mmabatho Montsho rises to new spiritual realm with film

Joko Ya Hao is one of the most popular Christian hymns that always guarantee a roaring sing-along and goose-bumps.

Lerato Moloi opens rape case against comic

Model and actor Lerato Moloi has opened a rape case against a well-known comedian and TV personality.

Fan favourites make Miss SA top 10

Fan favourites Shudufhadzo Musida from Ha-Masia, former Miss Soweto Busisiwe Mmotla and KZN medical doctor Karishma Ramdev have made it to the Miss SA top 10.

Family devastated by 'Muvhango' actor Arthur Mbambo's death

"I spoke to him the day before his passing and he said he was OK and was being looked after by doctors. He told us that we shouldn't worry about him."

SA's lockdown film shot with cellphones premieres today

South Africa’s first Covid-19 feature film called Cabin Fever and which was inspired by the stringent lockdowns across the world is set to premiere on Wednesday on M-Net Box Office.

Thandi Draai speaks out about childhood abuse

Musician Thandi Draai has for the first time opened up about her childhood trauma of sexual, emotional and physical abuse.

Male musicians still dominating Samas gongs

Performances by female musicians Amanda Black, Ami Faku and Judith Sephuma have dominated the first two nights of the virtually produced 26th South Africa Music Awards (Samas).

Motsoaledi Setumo dumps Motsweding after 'tension' with LTK

Motsoaledi Setumo says "tension" between her and radio co-presenter Lucky "LTK" Komanisi made it easy to dump Motsweding FM just four months after joining the popular afternoon drive show.

Trending SA returns with a sparkle

Out with the old, in with the new was the order of the day when talk show TrendingSA returned last night.

SA short film headed to Philadelphia Festival

South African short film Address Unknown is heading to the annual BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia for a world premiere on August 21.

Cassper heartbroken at close family member's death: RIP papa, thank you for everything

"...This man was not my biological father but he lived with my mom for years and he has been the man in my mom's life for years, hence he is my dad"

Boxing in SA still in limbo

More than 90 boxing gyms across the country have already submitted their applications to resume training but the majority of these gyms are in areas that have been designated as Covid-19 hotspots.

In conversation with SA-born director of Aretha Franklin biopic

Empire Entertainment and the Sowetan Women’s Club present Reel Respect on August 6 2020 at 4.30pm

Phathutshedzo Nange aims to close Wits chapter with silverware

Bidvest Wits midfielder Phathutshedzo Nange says it is important they help the club end their 99-year of existence by winning the Nedbank Cup and finish high in the log table.

AmaZulu and former assistant coach Mabhuti Khenyeza feud now over

AmaZulu and their former assistant coach Mabhuti Khenyeza have smoked the peace pipe.

Lucky Dube is coining it from the grave

Late reggae icon Lucky Dube remains one of the top selling artists both in retail stores and on digital platforms.

SA talent shines in Beyoncé movie

"Everything was in large proportion and we were in awe - and just excited."

Should family members of government officials do business with state?

The issue of whether family members of those in government can do business with the state was one of the lengthy discussions the ANC national executive committee (NEC) held this weekend.

Facebook to get rights to show music videos - report

Facebook Inc has completed a series of deals for the right to show music videos on its platform, raising the prospect of its competing more with Alphabet Inc's video platform YouTube in the area, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

Norma Gigaba released on bail after a night behind bars

Norma Gigaba, the wife of former cabinet minister Malusi Gigaba, was released from the holding cells of Brooklyn police station in Pretoria on Saturday.

Beyonce's 'Black Is King' hopes to shift perception of being Black

Beyonce's new visual album celebrating Black culture was greeted with rapturous reviews on Friday, arriving in the midst of a cultural reckoning about race and social justice.

Diamond giant De Beers likely to cut jobs after COVID-19 hit

Diamond mining giant De Beers is likely to have to cut jobs, its chief executive said on Thursday, as it outlined plans for an overhaul of its business after the coronavirus hit jewellery demand.

Sjava aims for stars with new label

Sjava sees his new record label 1020 Cartel as much more than a music label, but rather a movement in the arts space.

World embraces authentic SA sound

SA music talent has in the past 10 years been making waves and wooing international audiences more than ever before thanks to several veterans who paved the way for the new generation.
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