The Franschhoek Literary Festival is what it is – a show performed for the amusement of the rich white people, writes Siphiwo Mahala.
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Knockout Sama skits prove 'Jabba' can take rap as a comedian too
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ShE is only 17, and if you thought she was in her twenties, we wouldn't blame you, only because the teen dresses well beyond her years.
We suggest who should have won against the predictions of who will win in the most contested categories.
The ninth edition of the South African Film and Television Awards takes place at the Gallagher Estate in Midrand tonight.
When actors try to be "political" they reveal their vanity and sense of self-importance, writes Mary Corrigall
Wth comedians like Trevor Noah making it big in the US, you can't ignore charismatic up-and-coming youngsters like Mpho Popps Modikoane.
Allison Foat finds that a guided cycle tour is the best way to explore a Thai island
Lesley Stones uncovers Joburg's offbeat entertainment zones
College offers classes in 'art of the self-portrait'.
There's no better time like the beginning of the year to make some bold changes to your living space, writes Liam Joyce.
The Maboneng precinct has grown exponentially. Mary Corrigall sets out to discover what is attracting suburbanites to this inner city development.
It's a fraught and a gripping tale that investigates violence, grief and love through unspoken emotions and unsettling impulses, ...