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Kwaito legends, Trompies, to join Afropunk Line Up

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 13 December 2018

Kwaito legends, Trompies, to join Afropunk Line Up

Trompies joins The Internet, Kaytranada and more Kwaito legends, Trompies, is set to perform at this year’s Afropunk Joburg. Formed in Soweto in the ‘90s, Trompies are central to creating the music and movement known as kwaito. The Sweety Lavo hitmakers will be joining this year’s Battle of the Bands winners Red Robyn, a singer-songwriter...

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Kwesta to release singles with Rick Ross and Rich Homie Quan

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 12 December 2018

Kwesta to release singles with Rick Ross and Rich Homie Quan

The Spirit star set to release singles ahead of Heineken’s #192Countries Campaign Kwesta will be releasing two singles with international rappers Rick Ross and Rich Homie Quan. The two American rappers will be performing the new singles with Kwesta for the first time at the Heineken event on the 14th of December at Mustang Room...

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Top Five Fridays: 2018’s Best Music Videos So far…

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 7 December 2018

Top Five Fridays: 2018’s Best Music Videos So far…

We look at the top five best music videos according to the Live Mag team. 2018 has undoubtedly been a wonderful year for music but the real treat has been the music videos. From The Carters’ snatching our wigs in the Louvre to Doja Cat showing us how a McDonalds’ meal should be eaten, viewers...

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Reliving the highlights of the Global Citizen Festival

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 4 December 2018

Reliving the highlights of the Global Citizen Festival

We take a look at some of the highlights from the Global Citizen Festival Who can forget the day we got the announcement of Beyonce’s arrival to South Africa? That was the day that heralded in a period of fierce social activism and hundreds of hot takes about whether Bey and Jay would show up...

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Secure your bag, but make it fashion

by: Moroetsana Serame - 4 December 2018

Secure your bag, but make it fashion

We had a chat with Ashleigh Cohen and Sema Manyike about Fashion Buying and Merchandising as careers. Have you ever walked into a clothing store and felt immediately at home, as if the store manifested straight out of your dreams and into a mall? Well, behind every store there is a team that works together...

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Single Girl’s Guide to Surviving the Summer

by: Moroetsana Serame - 28 November 2018

Single Girl’s Guide to Surviving the Summer

What a time to be alone. There’s an unsaid rule in love and war that everyone is single during the festive season (regardless of whether or not you’re in a relationship). Casual hook-ups aren’t for everyone though. Sometimes you just want to give all the love that you deserve to your own damn self. Here...

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Three reasons you need to be excited about The Lion King

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 26 November 2018

Three reasons you need to be excited about The Lion King

The teaser trailer is out and now we’re so ready for 2019 On Friday morning we woke up to the joyous news that the teaser trailer for The Lion King remake is out. If you are a child of the of the 90s, then you probably grew up on Disney animated movies and The Lion...

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Brace yourself SA, another cabinet reshuffle is upon us

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 22 November 2018

Brace yourself SA, another cabinet reshuffle is upon us

The president has announced his latest cabinet reshuffle If there is one thing that the Zuma presidency was synonymous with, it was cabinet reshuffles and midnight press conferences. We would be caught off guard almost every time when then President Jacob Zuma would announce that the cabinet would be getting a makeover. President Cyril Ramaphosa...

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