Dwson and Sio’s undeniable chemistry in songwriting comes through visually with this immaculate piece of film, directed by Ian Henderson.
YouTuber Lesego Thlabi, also known as Cocunut Kelz, addresses racial tensions in South Africa through hilarious comedy sketches.
From fashion to music journalism, Owethu Makhathini spotlights the 10 influencers to look out for in 2018.
Alrick September and Simon Orgill write and act out hilarious comedy skits. We chat to them about their popular YouTube channel Sep And Simon.
WeTheNet film their thoughts and observations on social justice issues and encapsulate the empathic spirit of the SA vlogging community.
From a collective sharing representative stories to a show dedicated to hijab styling, here are the YouTubers you should subscribe to.
From Samthing Soweto to Shekinah and Kwesta, here are some of our favorite moments from rapper JR’s YouTube series.
Local creatives are producing thought-provoking content that let’s the world view our stories without the wash of western media.
This interesting and somewhat controversial online campaign by Ogilvy Cape Town aims to rally support for Forever Wild, a rhino protection initiative, by hijacking Youtube videos.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkNDRms6EkQ&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] We may all be tired of brands jumping on the Old Spice spoof wagon, but this one has a uniquely South African flavour, “the mshini your man could smell like”.
If you’ve ever been on MWEB’s Free The Web page you’ve probably noticed that uneducated users are a major issue for administrators. This is why MWEB has further expanded their Social Media efforts with education videos or in this case Edutainment – Educational Entertainment. Utilising the popularity of Facebook personality, […]
There comes a time in every legend’s career when it must retire. For Volkswagen’s iconic hatchback, the Citi, this is that time. Having provided 25 years of loyal service and colourful motoring, the Citi is now retiring. But like most legends, it’s not going to leave without a proper farewell. […]