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From the Cape Flats to the director’s chair, music has held deep meaning for Liesl Tommy, the woman behind the upcoming film, ‘Respect’
People employed in the entertainment sector continue to raise awareness of their plight amid COVID-19 economic collapse.
Fears that COVID-19 has ended the 34-year continuous West End run of the famous musical prove to be unfounded.
The former radio Bop programme manager and presenter Edgar Dikgole has been laid to rest in Mahikeng, North West, on Saturday.
Art is an eloquent form of expression where a blank canvas and paint-dipped brush are for some the best form of manifesting emotions and feelings, and nobody does it better than Capetonian artist Razia Myers.
Visitors have flocked from the capital Pretoria and financial hub Johannesburg since the government allowed South Africans to travel for leisure within their provinces last week.
This Women’s Month, indulge in some South African literature. These non-fiction titles celebrate the resistance and rebellion of women throughout time in South Africa.
Nature’s Pharmacy: Qualified homeopath Hanli Rautenbach gives advice on how to look after your heart.
Creatives Under Lockdown is a SABC News feature that focuses on issues affecting artists. This week musician Focalistic talks about his virtual concert.
MTV has abandoned the idea of holding its Video Music Awards show at an indoor venue in New York because of the complications of the coronavirus epidemic.
Wondering what the day has in store for your star sign? Here’s a quick glance at horoscopes and more for today – completely free!
Protecting women and children will once again be in the spotlight this August. It’s Women’s month and every year there’s focus on persistent problems women encounter and the alarming gender based violence statistics.
It’s time to banish the lockdown blues and groove to the rhythms of the Queen of Soul who is the epitome of Woman’s Day: Aretha Franklin.
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