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Theo and his wife, Vourné, welcome a baby girl

Theo and his wife, Vourné, welcome a baby girl

Theo Kgosinkwe and his wife welcome baby girl.

Old Mutual shows MacG the door over 'offensive' podcast

Media personality Macgyver Mukwevho, known as MacG, has lost a main sponsor of his YouTube series podcast following the latest episode which was slammed by the LGBTQI community for hateful transphobic comments.

The Estate to replace Isidingo

Public broadcaster SABC has found a replacement for Isidingo a year after canning the long-running soapie.

Tribute to a legend: Jonas Gwangwa

Arguably the greatest trombone player to have come out of the African continent, Jonas Mosa Gwangwa was born in Orlando East, Soweto, on October 19 1937 in a family of pianists.

Gwangwa a trailblazing musician, cultural ambassador and activist

Jonas Gwangwa, 83, was a trailblazing musician, cultural ambassador, activist, father figure and guiding light who mentored a generation of notable artists on the contemporary SA jazz scene.

‘Dinner At Somizi’s’ producer Legend Manqele addresses 'plagiarism' claims against the show

Legend maintains plagiarism allegations are "false" and "without merit".

Gwangwa's music sees an increase in online downloads

Days after his death was announced, jazz icon Jonas Gwangwa's music has seen an increase in online downloads.

Thuso Mbedu & Nomzamo Mbatha fly the flag on 'Essence's' top 20 'Black Hollywood Stars' list

Thuso Mbedu and Nomzamo Mbatha proudly raising the SA flag!

Sho Madjozi, Khabonina & Amanda Du-Pont: see what your fave celebs got up to this weekend

Your weekly guide to what your favourite celebrities got up to.

SABC to slash Muvhango's airing days

The SABC says its move to reduce Muvhango and 7de Laan to three airing episodes per week was sparked by the public broadcaster’s efforts to open the industry.

Tributes pour in for late trombone great Jonas Gwangwa

Gwangwa was a gentle giant, say fellow entertainers

Legendary jazz maestro and activist Jonas Gwangwa has died

Legendary jazz music maestro and activist Jonas Gwangwa has died.

How to watch The Real Housewives of Durban, exclusive to Showmax

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DJ Khaled to host the 2021 MTV African Music Awards

Grammy award-winning producer DJ Khaled will be the host of the 2021 MTV African Music Awards (Mamas).

Dream come true as Muleso lands Powerful collaboration

Afro-soul singer and composer Francis Muleso says collaborating with his idol PJ “Thandeka” Powers, is a dream come true.

Producer behind house music hits steps out of shadows

Master KG, Makhadzi and Team Mosha all have one name in common – Mr Brown.

Tyson's curiosity fuels his comedic genius

Tyson Ngubeni has natural curiosity about the world and that has fuelled his creativity and innovation.

Thembi Nyandeni tackled Isibaya role with all guns blazing

Isibaya is coming to an end, but we will never forget AK47-toting Mkabayi Zungu, portrayed by the terrific, yet terrifying Thembi Nyandeni.

Msutwana moves up the ladder after directing debut

Now that The Queen star Zandile Msutwana has tasted how it feels to direct films, she is hungry for more.

Media personalities heap praises on young US poet Amanda Gorman after Inauguration Poem

At 22, she made history by becoming the youngest inaugural poet. Her moving poem, The Hill We Climb, has won the hearts of many across the world including Oprah Winfrey, Kerry Washington and Jada Pinkett Smith.

Isandlwana lecture delayed over Covid regulations

The Isandlwana Battle Music Lecture to be presented by singer, historian and heritage enthusiast Mbuso Khoza at the Soweto Theatre in Jabulane has been postponed.

Arts minister Mthethwa eats humble pie after healthy theatre claim

Minister of sports, arts and culture Nathi Mthethwa has been forced to eat humble pie following his Twitter post that angered the theatre industry.

Pandemic casts a pall over flagship music festivals

The popular Cape Town International Jazz Festival will not take place again this year after the banning of indoor and outdoor gatherings due to the spike of Covid-19 infections and national lockdown.

New Saftas online content category snubs TikTok stars

YouTube, Instagram and Facebook content producers will receive recognition for the first time at the 15th SA Film and Television Awards (Saftas) – but TikTok stars have been shut out.

Trump clemency likely for Lil Wayne, no pardons for Giuliani or Bannon

U.S. President Donald Trump is likely to grant clemency to rapper Lil Wayne on Tuesday in a final wave of pardons and commutations that is not expected to include lawyer Rudy Giuliani or ex-aide Steve Bannon,.

Babes Wodumo's reality show shelved due to Covid-19

Controversial couple Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha’s reality show, Uthando Lodumo, set to follow the next step in their volatile romance, has been put on ice due to the adjusted level 3 national lockdown regulations preventing them from having their dream wedding.

DJ Fresh and DJ Euphonik pulled off air amid rape allegations

"In light of the serious allegations levelled against us we've decided to step away from all public work engagements," said the DJs.

Veteran actor, composer, Sam Phillips dies

Veteran actor, writer and music composer Sam Phillips has died.

Tributes pour in for the late 'Bhodloza' Nzimande

Tributes continue to pour in for the former Ukhozi Fm station manager Welcome “Bhodloza” Nzimande, who died early on Friday.
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