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Secure your bag, but make it fashion

by: Moroetsana Serame - 4 December 2018

Secure your bag, but make it fashion

We had a chat with Ashleigh Cohen and Sema Manyike about Fashion Buying and Merchandising as careers. Have you ever walked into a clothing store and felt immediately at home, as if the store manifested straight out of your dreams and into a mall? Well, behind every store there is a team that works together...

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Single Girl’s Guide to Surviving the Summer

by: Moroetsana Serame - 28 November 2018

Single Girl’s Guide to Surviving the Summer

What a time to be alone. There’s an unsaid rule in love and war that everyone is single during the festive season (regardless of whether or not you’re in a relationship). Casual hook-ups aren’t for everyone though. Sometimes you just want to give all the love that you deserve to your own damn self. Here...

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Three reasons you need to be excited about The Lion King

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 26 November 2018

Three reasons you need to be excited about The Lion King

The teaser trailer is out and now we’re so ready for 2019 On Friday morning we woke up to the joyous news that the teaser trailer for The Lion King remake is out. If you are a child of the of the 90s, then you probably grew up on Disney animated movies and The Lion...

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Review of Stogie T’s Freestyle on Sway in the morning

by: Precious Ngwenya - 21 November 2018

Review of Stogie T’s Freestyle on Sway in the morning

How Stogie T raised the bar for South African Rappers It is not the first time we have a South African rapper on Sway in The Morning but Stogie T is probably one of the best to do it. On Friday morning, we woke up to the video of the OG delivering a dope verse...

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Top Five Fridays: Interesting Talking Points To Come Out Of The #MalwedheChallenge

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 16 November 2018

Top Five Fridays: Interesting Talking Points To Come Out Of The #MalwedheChallenge

King Monada’s Latest Single Has Officially Collapsed The Internet Makwela Makwela Monada – And he has done it again! Khutso Steven Kgale, affectionately known to his fans as King Monada has released a new single called Malwedhe and it has got the entire country, and other parts of the continent readying themselves for the festive...

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The Last Sentence: We chat to author Tumelo Buthelezi

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 15 November 2018

The Last Sentence: We chat to author Tumelo Buthelezi

We chat to Tumelo about his debut novel This year might have come with its fair share of drama but on the bright side it has also been a year for great reads. We have been showered with words from Mohale Mashigo, Panashe Chigumadzi and Khaya Dlanga to name a few. This was also the...

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Album Review: We Listened To Anatii’s Iyeza

by: Precious Ngwenya - 12 November 2018

Album Review: We Listened To Anatii’s Iyeza

Coming straight from a collaboration album, Anatii rides solo and deliver his best work yet with Iyeza. Anatii has always been the guy behind the beats of every other big hip-hop artist in the country and he needed his own project to cement his time in the game. ‘Be careful what you wish for’ gave...

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Seabela Maila Unpacks The Complexities Of Sesotho Sa Leboa

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 12 November 2018

Seabela Maila Unpacks The Complexities Of Sesotho Sa Leboa

How the standardisation of Sepedi as the, “main language” has stripped many off their unique cultural identities I was in an Uber ride a while ago with a Muvenda driver. As with almost everyone that I meet, he was very curious about the meaning of my name. My answer to this question is always pretty...

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Top Five Fridays: Black comic book writers

by: Ayanda Sishi - 9 November 2018

Top Five Fridays: Black comic book writers

Here is a look at some of the top black comic book writers you should know about. Comic characters are bigger than life. Through graphic novels, we are able to escape the confines of our surroundings and escape to the city of Attilan or the bustling futuristic metropolis of Wakanda. The writers of graphic novels...

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Joburg Film Festival: Unpacking The Gender Disparity In The Film Sector

by: Mamaili Mamaila - 8 November 2018

Joburg Film Festival: Unpacking The Gender Disparity In The Film Sector

Over Three Hundred Women Expected To Partake In This Pertinent Discussion The second edition of the Joburg Film Festival (JFF) is set to take place on Sunday, 11 November 2018 at Constitution Hill in Braamfontein. Hot on the heels of the Gender-Based Violence and Femicide Summit, this occasion aims to unpack the challenges faced by...

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