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#wearitworkit influencers get fashionably stylish with #EditionByW (part 2)

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 24 July 2017

#wearitworkit influencers get fashionably stylish with #EditionByW (part 2)

The #WEARITWORKIT campaign is entering its second week and we have curated new fresh five looks from our second- five influencers as the reflect their personal style with #EditionbyW only at Woolworths. Move your cursor over the image and click to shop the item that you love! Here are your second 5 influencers:  Keabe photographed by Jeffrey...

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Iko Mash is dead

by: admin - 21 July 2017

Iko Mash is dead

Fun, fab and fierce to the last breath. This is how her fans and peers will remember Iko Mash, who succumbed to cancer today. Before there was Caitlyn Jenner or Laverne Cox, decades before transgendered people were visible, there was Iko Mash: openly transgendered, and slaying the entertainment industry by trying her hand at acting,...

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Listen to 3 dope podcasts produced by dope South Africans

by: admin - 20 July 2017

Listen to 3 dope podcasts produced by dope South Africans

With podcasts popping up everywhere, you can find one to suit your particular taste. Whether you are a young black feminist looking to listen to or a hip-hop head, who wants the lowdown on the scene. These podcasts have got you covered. Listen to three podcasts that will entertain and inform you at the same...

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Flex Rabanyan is ready to shake up the hip-hop industry

by: Lerato Motsiri - 17 July 2017

Flex Rabanyan is ready to shake up the hip-hop industry

It has been a month since season two of South Africa’s biggest hip hop talent competition The Hustle came to an end. And yet, people are still talking about the winner of the competition. We sat down with winner Flex Rabanyan to discuss rap, life and the future for the talented rapper.   Taking the...

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#wearitworkit influencers get fashionably stylish with #EditionByW (part 1)

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 17 July 2017

#wearitworkit influencers get fashionably stylish with #EditionByW (part 1)

As part of the #WEARITWORKIT campaign, we asked 15 influencers to shop #EditionbyW only at Woolworths and style a look that best reflects their personal style. Move your cursor over the image and click to shop the item that you love! Here are your first 5 influencers: Andile photographed by 72_photography Bambatha photographed by Nobody Else Mphelane photographed...

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Here is what to expect from Anatii and AKA’s upcoming album

by: admin - 17 July 2017

Here is what to expect from Anatii and AKA’s upcoming album

The countdown begins with just a few more days until the release of the much-anticipated album Be Careful What You Wish For. The album from Anatii and AKA will feature 10 songs including hit track Don’t Forget To Pray. We spoke to Anatii on what to expect from their upcoming album. What can people expect...

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South African books that tackle mental illness

by: Rofhiwa Maneta - 11 July 2017

South African books that tackle mental illness

The tortured genius, the neurotic pill-popping artist or the depressed party girl who drinks and sleeps the pain away, all of these lazy one-dimensional stereotypes are routinely used when discussing mental illness in either literature or the silver screen. In reality, mental illness is a lot more complex than that. Below is a list of...

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How social media is helping us fight the stigma of mental health

by: Devaksha Vallabhjee - 11 July 2017

How social media is helping us fight the stigma of mental health

At a dinner with some friends a while ago, the topic of depression came up – as it often does these days. He jokingly told us about how, when he lived at home with his grandmother and confessed that he was depressed, she told him to “take a Grandpa and go to bed early.” The...

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Mpho street styling the latest cool!

by: Tshepo Mosokotso - 3 July 2017

Mpho street styling the latest cool!

  Meet Mpho Seoposengwe, who works as a project assistant in the creative space focused on bringing young artists from South Africa and the UK closer together in order to create and collaborate. Mpho is the epitome of cool – her bubbly personality, her love for life and her fun sense of style are exactly...

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Restoring Cosby’s “legacy”: Can Bill Cosby please sit down?

by: Sarah Evans - 30 June 2017

Restoring Cosby’s “legacy”: Can Bill Cosby please sit down?

You’d think that after being accused of sexual assault by over 50 women, and narrowly avoiding going to jail thanks to a hung jury in one case, Bill Cosby would have graciously disappeared into the shadows from whence he came, at the very least, to save what remains of his reputation. You’d be wrong. Clearly...

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