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How to nail that faded Kim K family photo filter

by: Gabriela Mc Gowan - 22 March 2017

How to nail that faded Kim K family photo filter

Kim Kardashian’s return to the interwebs in January, after being involved in an armed robbery in her Paris hotel suite last October, came with a retro filter that we are all dying to recreate on our own pages. The pictures displayed her, Kanye and their two bambinos, North and Saint in a seemingly middle class...

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7 Things you didn’t know about Internet TV

by: Gabriela Mc Gowan - 15 March 2017

7 Things you didn’t know about Internet TV

If you’ve grown tired of the current viewing options, which frankly are limited, expensive and repetitive, Internet TV is an option you should be exploring. The service allows online streaming of hundreds of shows and series via smart TV’s and electronic devices such as tablets and cellphones. Here are seven reasons you should consider going the Internet...

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Tropika Island of Treasure season 7 – Seychelles press launch

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 8 March 2017

Tropika Island of Treasure season 7 – Seychelles press launch

  When: Yesterday Night Where: Hyde Park shopping centre First episode to be aired: Monday, 27 March at 7:30 pm on SABC 3 It was a studded red carpet – with fashionable ensembles from some celebrity contestants glaring in the bright lights and others not so much. This season promises to “be the spiciest, most...

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This is what Zuma and Trump spoke about, according to South African Twitter

by: Carlos Ncube - 14 February 2017

This is what Zuma and Trump spoke about, according to South African Twitter

US President Donald Trump gave our president a call Monday evening. The agenda was unknown, but South Africans had their own speculations, and it would be mean of us not to share. 1. Donald Trump: I’m building a wall & Mexico will pay for it. Jacob Zuma: I built #Nkandla & South Africa paid for...

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South African Twitter reacts to Beyoncé’s pregnancy with #Siyamitha2017

by: Mihlali Ntsabo - 2 February 2017

South African Twitter reacts to Beyoncé’s pregnancy with #Siyamitha2017

For those of you who don’t know, or pretend to not care, last night, Queen Bey, Mother of the Universe, Beyoncé Knowles Carter, announced on her Instagram that she was expanding the Carter family with two more bundles of joy. Social media went abuzz congratulating the Queen Mother, with funny tweets and memes under the...

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Some vital advice for first-years from two of SA’s top vloggers

by: Sabelo Mkhabela - 26 January 2017

Some vital advice for first-years from two of SA’s top vloggers

University is a strange place for a first-year, and completely different to high school. Popular YouTube vlogger Sibu Mpanza recently teamed up with fellow vlogger and founder of the YouTube series Broke Niggaz, Menzi Anarchadium, to give some advice to first-years. Some of his tips include, “Don’t allow anyone to bully you in varsity” and...

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[Video] Christmas stereotypes many black people can relate to

by: Aseza Pupuma - 20 December 2016

[Video] Christmas stereotypes many black people can relate to

Most black people will know; Christmas means Choice Assorted and jelly and custard. In the video below, two of our contributors reminisce about the times their parents attempted to give them the Christmas they see in the movies. “My mom tried to make it seem like there was snow in the house and she used...

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If you witnessed and survived these 10 things in 2016 then surely you will thrive in 2017

by: Aseza Pupuma - 29 November 2016

If you witnessed and survived these 10 things in 2016 then surely you will thrive in 2017

From The Prophet of Doom, to #FeesMustFall, to the blesser fever, and everything in between, 2016 has been a difficult year to make sense of. Let’s help you understand why you went through the most this year, and what every moment was preparing you for. Blesser fever First on the list is the blesser/blessee fever. Almost...

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8 things Americans must know before relocating to South Africa

by: Live Staff - 9 November 2016

8 things Americans must know before relocating to South Africa

Donald Trump is the new president of the United States and some Americans are looking for the quickest way out of there. Just today, the Canadian immigration website crashed due to the high volume. Before they start looking down south and crashing our own home affairs website, here are a few things to consider before...

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5 must-see African films at the Joburg Film Festival

by: Lebohang Ntoele - 26 October 2016

5 must-see African films at the Joburg Film Festival

The Joburg Film Festival starts this Friday and will be on until November 5. Up to 60 films will be screened at 20 different venues across Jozi and Soweto, so it’s also a great way for you to see the city. Here are 5 films from across the continent that you should definitely check out:...

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