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Top Five Fridays: Women creatives to look out for

by: Tshepiso Sibeko - 5 October 2018

Top Five Fridays: Women creatives to look out for

It doesn’t get any fresher than this South Africa has seen a wave of woman creatives on Instagram, Facebook and various other social media platforms. We’re focusing on a few woman creatives who are producing kick ass content. This is our Top Five. See anyone that you feel deserves a shout out? Hit us up...

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Music is King: Virgil Abloh is coming to SA

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 3 October 2018

Music is King: Virgil Abloh is coming to SA

Music lovers gather around Skkrr Skkrr boys and Braamkids have a reason to rejoice, Virgil Abloh is coming to South Africa. The Off White designer and Black Coffee’s good friend will be playing at The Dome as part of a formidable line-up of the first international concert experience, Music is King. Our very own, Black...

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Isipantsula: The unchangeable Youth culture

by: Precious Ngwenya - 3 October 2018

Isipantsula: The unchangeable Youth culture

We take a look at the everlasting effects of Isipantsula as a cultural force Unlike all the dance cultures we now have that come and go, Isipantsula has always remained the same. Instead of dying with the coming of the new Millenium, every generation has taken it and made it their own. When the forced...

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Women In Sports: South Africa Needs To Do Better

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 2 October 2018

Women In Sports: South Africa Needs To Do Better

Sexism, Unequal Pay And Sexual Harassment At The Heart Of Their Challenges Banyana Banyana defeated Cameroon on the 22nd of August at the Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth, in order to win the 2018 COSAFA Women Championship title. It was striker, Refiloe Jane’s brace which managed to clinch them the title for a second successive...

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The Latest Hip Hop Releases to Set the Summer Tone

by: Tshepiso Sibeko - 2 October 2018

The Latest Hip Hop Releases to Set the Summer Tone

We look at some of the latest hip hop releases The festive season is fast approaching. With only two months left, it comes as no surprise that all our favourite musicians are releasing music to compliment our soon to be jovial mood. It will be interesting to see which offering will stand out and be...

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Welcoming a new generation of South African Jazz

by: Mamaputle Boikanyo - 28 September 2018

Welcoming a new generation of South African Jazz

South African jazz can sometimes be misunderstood and heavily underrated. It’s often seen as a music genre of times long gone. A genre for old timers at stokvels and self-important peeps who listen to complex music. Some may think that it is nothing but ancient history, soon to be buried along with an older generation....

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Top Five Fridays: Local Natural Hair Care Brands To Lookout For

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 28 September 2018

Top Five Fridays: Local Natural Hair Care Brands To Lookout For

This week we list the Top Five South African natural hair care brands that you should look out for The second annual Johannesburg Natural Hair Expo took place on Monday, 24 September 2018 at Constitution Hill. The Hair-itage themed gathering of naturalitas, made for a diverse celebration of our African Heritage. “This is not just...

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Three of Karabo Poppy Moletsane’s most Notable Artworks

by: Livhuwani Mukhondo - 28 September 2018

Three of Karabo Poppy Moletsane’s most Notable Artworks

Preserving the African aesthetic Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane is a multi-award winning illustrator and street artist based in Pretoria. She has taken her place in influencing our spaces through her signature cultural and afrofuturistic visuals. When Karabo was asked what she loved most about creating by Visi, she said it was “the ability to represent the...

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Black Coffee wins big at the Dance Music Awards

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 27 September 2018

Black Coffee wins big at the Dance Music Awards

The Dance Music Awards winners are out The awards ceremony for South Africa’s awards for house, gqom and EDM music took place on Wednesday night. After weeks of public online voting, the winners of the 2nd official Dance Music Awards South Africa were announced at a prestigious closed ceremony in Boksburg. Created to acknowledge and...

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How to make your ZAR go far

by: Ayanda Sishi - 27 September 2018

How to make your ZAR go far

Tips to help tighten your belt during this economic recession. Ramaphoria has brought us higher VAT,the petrol prices have soared to sky high records. Young people are not exempt from feeling the pinch. Here are a few tips and tricks on how you can save more and stretch your rand further. Plan your budget. As...

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