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Champagne 69 for the pain

by: Sandile Ngwenya - 19 October 2017

Champagne 69 for the pain

Champagne69 is probably the coolest thing to happen to South African Hip-hop this year. The duo from Midrand, whose real names are Siyanda ‘Siyangena69’ Mdledle and William ‘Willestilios’ Nkuna have been causing mass hysteria everywhere they go, from concerts to street culture festivals. ”We are just two creative black guys hustling, bringing the wave to...

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Fashion Items that have made a huge comeback in 2017

by: Sandile Ngwenya - 13 October 2017

Fashion Items that have made a huge comeback in 2017

From oval shaped sunglasses, fedoras to slip-on loafers, thanks to hipsters items that belonged in your grandmother’s closet have become cool in street fashion. We take a look at 5 items that have made a strong comeback in 2017. The Fanny Pack Originally a waist bag that was used by street vendors and grown-ups with...

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5 Gqom artists you need to know

by: Sandile Ngwenya - 10 October 2017

5 Gqom artists you need to know

There are few things that are as infectious as Gqom, when the beat hits, you can’t fight the need to dance. With just two months until we hit the festive season hit, it is time to get acquainted with these 5 Gqom artists who will definitely be filling up the dance floor. Dj Lag Also...

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Thuso Mbedu lands an Emmy nomination

by: Sandile Ngwenya - 28 September 2017

Thuso Mbedu lands an Emmy nomination

While some actors work their whole lives to get an Emmy nomination, it took Thuso Mbedu exactly 3 years and one month. She has been nominated for the Best Performance by an Actress for her role as Winnie on Mzansi Magic’s drama Is’thunzi The 26-year-old actress first appeared on our screens in August 2014 when...

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Tips to keep your credit score looking good

by: Sandile Ngwenya - 26 September 2017

Tips to keep your credit score looking good

Your early 20’s are your most crucial years when it comes to managing your money, and it’s up to you whether you build a stable foundation for the future or you destroy it with debt. Something our parents didn’t teach us is that when you turn 20 years old, is that you become ”prey” to...

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