LARA DE MATOS, in her final column as Tonight editor, looks back at a unique journey
Why aren't men told to control their hormonal impulses? asks Lara de Matos after Erykah Badu's controversial school skirt tweet.
We'll never be more than Friends, writes Paul Eksteen after watching David Schwimmer, as he critiques crime series.
Lara de Matos urges a measured response to news of HHP's suicide attempts, and a DJ's seemingly insensitive remark.
For drama, it's really hard to top live TV, writes Paul Eksteen.
Lara de Matos picks up on a deafening silence in the 7de Laan race war.
Gogglebox SA proves that despite our Penny Sparrow divide, we're united in our views on taxis and Kelly Khumalo, writes Paul Eksteen.
Kimmy, it's not that you aren't entitled to "live and let live", it's that you brazenly prostitute and sexualise yourself ...
What possessed MultiChoice to spend a pretty penny on Checkmate, starring Danny Glover, alongside that thespian juggernaut ...
Another season of back-patting and self-adulation has come and gone, with the head honcho, Mr Oscar, ending things off as usual earlier this week.
Paul Eksteen half expected Chris Rock to show up in a beret and black gloves, with Kanye as his praise singer
The film, Happiness is a Four-Letter Word, brought out the Afro-optimist in Victor Kgomoeswana.
It's Dolph in Action week on DStv. Paul Eksteen looks at why action fans love watching the likes of the stud from Stockholm, Dolph Lundgren.
While watching World's Wildest Police Videos, it dawned on me who isn't watching this stuff.
Kanye reached new heights (or rather, lows) of DoucheBagDom this week, when he implored Mark Zuckerber, to send some dollars ...