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Boity’s Past Comes Back to Bite Her

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 3 September 2018

Boity’s Past Comes Back to Bite Her

Homophobic Tweets resurface on the heels of the release of Boity’s new single Sherlock Holmes has got nothing on the detectives of black twitter. Homophobic tweets from Boity’s timeline that date back as far as 2009 have resurfaced on the TL and they don’t paint a pretty picture of the starlet who has managed to...

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We break down Boity’s new single ‘Wuz Dat’

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 31 August 2018

We break down Boity’s new single ‘Wuz Dat’

South Africa is alive with possibility, and Boity is proof. The multi-talented media personality, can now add rapper to her list of titles. The presenter released her new single “Wuz Dat” featuring Nasty C on Metro FM Thursday morning. We listened to all 3:40 minutes of the song, and we have a few thoughts about...

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Introducing Top Five Fridays: Our Top 5 favourite Things

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 31 August 2018

Introducing Top Five Fridays: Our Top 5 favourite Things

The Live Mag Team Presents Top 5. This week we list our top 5 favourite things Fridays are undoubtedly the best days of the week. It is both a beginning and an end. To celebrate our favourite week day, we have decided to list a Top Five of our favourite things. This list is a...

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The nominees for the Dance Music Awards South Africa are out

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 28 August 2018

The nominees for the Dance Music Awards South Africa are out

Your votes have spoken and here are the nominees South African dance music fans have made their voices heard and nominated their favourite artists for the second annual Dance Music Awards. The fairly young awards ceremony has had no difficulties getting Mzansi’s dance music fans to participate. The nominating process was finalised on the 22nd...

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Get to know the creator of, booming ice-cream business, Yococo

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 28 August 2018

Get to know the creator of, booming ice-cream business, Yococo

We chat to Sinenhlanhla Ndlela about her future and her business Running a business in the food industry is not easy, but Sinenhlanhla Ndlela does it effortlessly. The young entrepreneur runs the ice cream brand, Yococo, best known for making dairy-free ice-cream that has given lactose intolerant individuals and vegans reason to rejoice. We had...

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Adam Catzavelos has issued an apology and people aren’t buying it

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 24 August 2018

Adam Catzavelos has issued an apology and people aren’t buying it

Twitter reacts to Adam Catzavelos’ apology statement The #AdamCatzavelos plot thickens. The embattled businessman has “apologised” in the form of a written statement, released on the 23rd of August, in which he expressed deep regret for his actions. “I have been thoughtless and insensitive and shown a complete lack of understanding of what the people...

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Applying for Varsity? Here are a few tips from past and current students

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 24 August 2018

Applying for Varsity? Here are a few tips from past and current students

(Almost) everything you need to know about the university application process You may be nearing the end of your high school career or maybe you have decided that next year you will take that leap of faith and start that tertiary education that you could not start, for whatever reason, straight after school. Whatever the...

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Dead silence at The Smoke House and Grill after Adam Catzavelos’ racist rant

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 23 August 2018

Dead silence at The Smoke House and Grill after Adam Catzavelos’ racist rant

Family business feels the heat after backlash from racist rant Being a racist is costly, and not just for your reputation. Business owner Adam Catzavelos has come under fire after saying that a beach with no black people is “heaven on earth and referring to black people as k*****rs. ”   These are Adam Catzavelos’...

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Book Review: Panashe Chigumadzi’s “These Bones Will Rise Again”

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 23 August 2018

Book Review:  Panashe Chigumadzi’s “These Bones Will Rise Again”

We review Panashe Chigumadzi latest book, “These Bones Will Rise Again” “There are many questions and I am looking for answers. The kind of answers that slip past the facts of history books or analyses by pundits and experts. Answers that are not party politics. That are not Zimbabwe African National Union—Patriotic Front (ZANU–PF), or...

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I am more than just an inspiring meme

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 22 August 2018

I am more than just an inspiring meme

We look at how inspirational memes forms part of the discrimination of people with disabilities. We see the memes floating around our timelines almost everyday. They all look the same; it starts with a picture of a person with a disability, the disability doesn’t matter but the more apparent the better. Then comes the caption,...

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