From insightful talks covering issues that we are currently faced with, to live performances from some of South Africa’s most favoured musicians and comedians, we’ve put together a list of upcoming online live sessions taking place over the next few days to keep you entertained and engaged.
Here are a few upcoming online live sessions taking place over the next few days to keep you busy, entertained, and engaged.
Donovan Goliath was inspired by the lockdown to create ad-like content referencing renowned fashion brands – including Levi’s, Hugo Boss, Dolce & Gabbana, Polo, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel.
From films, documentaries and series, Showmax has a variety of streaming content that has received various accolades and international recognition. Listed below are 10 Showmax hits that have topped the charts in 2019.
This year’s Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival celebrates their eighth year and 25 Years of Creative Freedom at Constitution Hill this weekend (26-29 June) with the likes of Nelson Makamo, Lady Skollie, Mmabatho Montsho, Ricky Rik, Msaki, Langa Mavuso, Khuli Chana, Brother Moves On, Mthuda & Njelik, Dj Kent and more. The […]
As music festivals becoming overcrowded popular affairs, boutique festivals are fast becoming a paradise for those who are more about the music than the hype.
Muzi recently collaborated with DEAD. on merchandise to compliment his latest EP ‘Stimela seGolide’
The Lab Johannesburg will be a weekly event taking place across the next few months. Brought to you by Budweiser and MixMag, you can see weekly mixes by some of SA’s top talent.
Hip-hop is a gateway hustle to pretty much any industry. Rappers are always trying to expand, and sometimes, beyond music to fields like tech, film, fashion and even media. South African hip-hop is young, but it has already produced several slashies in the form of rappers who branched into other industries or disciplines, and made a killing. We feature five SA Artists who have branched out and became prominent figures in the process.
This year’s Standard Bank Young Artist for Theatre is Amy Jephta, who will be premiering her work ALL WHO PASS at the 2019 National Arts Festival. The play alternates between a family’s eviction in 1974 to the restitution in 2019, when a daughter returns to claim her inheritance.
The Goethe-Institut is proud to support a regional tour by the German musical phenomenon MEUTE in partnership with the Bushfire and Zakifo Festivals – proud members of the Igoda Southern African Music Festival Circuit.
South African blues rock act Gunshot Blue recently released a new album Until the Last Prayer and kicked-off their accompanying “Until the Last Tour”.
The prestigious Bokeh South African International Lifestyle and Fashion Film Festival are offering the chance for aspirant creative talents to win a whopping R50 000 through their Emerging Creative Talent competition.
Aadil shows his versatility with two new TVCs for Kia.
The Artivist is a mixed-space venue that focuses on community, collaboration and a Pan-Africanist spirit, as well as music, art, and food.