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AKA’s Life on the Road Episode 4

by: Terry Simelane-Mathabathe - 26 January 2018

AKA’s Life on the Road Episode 4

AKA’s latest offering to the fans has come in the form of a four-part doccie called Life on the Road. Life on the Road is exactly as the title suggests, a look at AKA’s life on the road. The story is more like a collection of inserts rather than a complete thought-out narrative. We see...

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Relive Star Wars through a new video game series

by: Gabriela Mc Gowan - 19 April 2016

Relive Star Wars through a new video game series

If you’re a fan of the blockbuster films; Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Marvel’s Avengers and Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, then this news might just bring you to uncontrollable tears of euphoria. Warner Bros. has created LEGO video games from your favourite movie franchises. Players can now relive the epic action from the blockbuster films...

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Five young creatives you need to know right now

by: Fatima Mathivha - 3 July 2015

Five young creatives you need to know right now

Young people in South Africa are doing amazing things in the creative industry, whether it is in the form of world-class photography, music, events and everything in between – it’s clear that we have the talent. The LiveSA team has put together a list of five young people that we think you definitely need to...

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Spoken Word with Afurakan

by: Tshegofatso Mphahlele - 17 June 2015

Spoken Word with Afurakan

Poet Thabiso “Afurakan” Mohare will be performing on Thursday at the Live VIP Youth Festival. He is also the CEO of Word N Sound, a platform for poets and musicians in Jozi. We caught up with him to find out his thoughts about the state of South African youth: What do you think is the current...

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All the action from day one of the #VIPYouthFest

by: Fatima Mathivha - 16 June 2015

All the action from day one of the #VIPYouthFest

Cue Day 1. The day kicked off with a big announcement: poet, feminist and anthropology student, Lebogang ‘Nova’ Masango, would be joining the VIP Campaign. What could possibly top that? How about a screening of Roger Young’s “Keys Money Phone” – a film about a young, white Capetonian man who forgets his keys, money and...

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Win tickets to Sneakers Only JHB

by: Fatima Mathivha - 28 May 2015

Win tickets to Sneakers Only JHB

Sneakers Only is a monthly party in Cape Town that promises dope music in a dope venue with some rad people in some of the most envy-worthy kicks. And from what we can gather from the event’s page, it delivers on its promise. Pretty much anyone that has blown up now has played at this...

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A survival guide to traffic

by: Fatima Mathivha - 22 May 2015

A survival guide to traffic

Living in a metropolis certainly has its perks – think about tarred roads, inspiring architecture, opulent nightlife and hipsters. But what you really find at the end of that highway is not just a pot of gold – think about e-Tolls, loadshedding, pickpockets and, well, hipsters. If you’re not resilient the concrete jungle will certainly...

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A change of routine

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 12 May 2015

A change of routine

Dance institutions like Khabonina’s dance school, Somizi’s dance facility and DanceWeb studios are considered to be some of the best platforms to provide a path for dancers that want to be part of award events, which are considered as central attractions in SA. Award shows are known to have a large viewership and as a...

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Entrepreneurship alive in fashion

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 2 May 2015

Entrepreneurship alive in fashion

Entrepreneurship have contributed immensely to the economy of our country. It’s delightful to know that among these entrepreneurs, women are now being recognized as part of these extensive contributors. One woman in particular, Roxy Farrera, has worked hard as an entrepreneur within the fashion industry to make a name for herself. She is the owner...

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Cooking in the basement with The Muffinz

by: Morwesi Ndlovu - 30 April 2015

Cooking in the basement with The Muffinz

It’s a Friday night and everyone is on the lookout for the perfect spot to turn up in Braamfontein. Even with a slight urge to head back home because of the cold breeze, a huge part of me was seriously looking forward to a particular performance at an event called Mama’s Kitchen at the Bannister...

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