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October 20, 2019

We expected the backlash – KB

Tongues were wagging this week, after it was revealed that reality TV star Bahumi Madisakwane and actress KB Motsilanyane would be playing a younger and older Lebo Mathosa in BET Africa’s upcoming biopic of the dead singer.
October 20, 2019

‘I know my worth’ – Kelly Khumalo on why she pulled out of Lebo Mathosa biopic

Kelly Khumalo revealswhy she pulled out of the Lebo Mathosa biopic, saying she has found her own artistic platform.
October 20, 2019

I am an artist, even outside idols – Luyolo Yiba

It’s hard to speculate on who is going home tonight, as all the remaining Idols’ contestants did their best to set the stage on fire last Sunday.
October 20, 2019

Toya Delazy on charting a new path

Toya Delazy is making her way back with a new sound and is more adamant than ever to make bold and colorful statements to the world about who she is. Welcome Lishivha talks to her about her latest beats, coming out and overcoming adversity.
October 20, 2019

Pushing against elitism in the arts

The art industry is often shunned for being elitist and inaccessible. Art curator Thembakazi Matroshe chats to City Press about pushing against this tide through her monthly Art of Dining event.
October 20, 2019

Patronising and quiveringly bad TV

Bickering in-laws have been known to be the bane of many people’s existences but is an entire show about them necessary? Moroetsana Serame reviews Moja Love TV’s reality series, Mamazala.
October 20, 2019

The magnificent mistress of evil returns

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.
October 20, 2019

A guide to using gender-neutral pronouns

Help usher the English language into the 21st century by adopting gender-neutral pronouns as part of your everyday language. Welcome Lishivha shares some tips on how to be more inclusive with your language.
October 20, 2019

5 Top looks from AFI Fashion Week

Moroetsana Serame picks five breathtaking looks from designers’ Spring/Summer 2020 collections that debuted at African Fashion International Johannesburg Fashion Week.
October 18, 2019

Book Review: Blood on her hands

Blood on Her Hands: South Africa’s most notorious female killers by Tanya Farber.
October 13, 2019

Yvonne Chaka Chaka: When you stand up for yourself as an artist, it’s the end of your career

Artists and actors already put up with a lot – from being exploited to being oppressed – because their industry is unregulated. But it seems if one has a big mouth, there’s a good chance of getting blacklisted in the industry.
October 13, 2019

Kelly Khumalo’s out of Lebo Mathosa biopic

Singer Kelly Khumalo, who was supposed to play Lebo Mathosa in the pop singer’s upcoming biopic, has apparently pulled out.
October 13, 2019

Hip hop's codeine love affair

Cough syrup, with its active ingredient codeine, has long been abused as a recreational drug. But codeine sales in SA have spiked over the past three years, and the romanticisation of ‘lean’ through hip-hop is hard to ignore, writes Phumlani S Langa.
October 13, 2019

SABC1's Loxion Kulca doccie is a winner

SABC1’s new four-part documentary on South African streetwear brand Loxion Kulca shows the influence of an iconic label. Phumlani S Langa is loving every bit of it.
October 13, 2019

Basetsana Kumalo’s big night as she launches her memoir

Entrepreneur and media mogul celebrates 25 years in entertainment with launch of her memoir, and thanks parents and hubby.
October 13, 2019

Ifalakhe: a pre-colonial drama

Sundays just got more entertaining, thanks to Stained Glass Productions’ Gugu Zuma-Ncube, together with Mmamitse Thibedi and Thuli Zuma, putting out Ifalakhe (His Inheritance) - a pre-colonial drama series which tells the story of two brothers fighti
October 13, 2019

Celebrities in Jozi runway spectacular

It has been a celebrity-filled runway spectacular at African Fashion International (AFI) Joburg Fashion Week. Actress Khanyi Mbau, rapper and TV personality Nomuzi Mabena and social media influencer K Naomi were spotted with entrepreneur Babalwa Mnen
October 13, 2019

‘I’m just living my truth and my dream’ — Moshe Ndiki

Entertainer Moshe Ndiki says although October marks the inception of Pride Month in South Africa, society still has along way to go.
October 13, 2019

‘I can't get over my ex’

A reader writes to Jade Zwane asking for advice on how he can get over his ex
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