TOGETHER by Zuko Sol New Web Series launches showcasing young entrepreneurs

First episode includes double single drop Title song Together and Coffee in the Morning By Zuko Sol Watch the first episode of TOGETHER Web Series HERE Both singles – Together and Coffee In The Morning – Out now across all digital platforms Click Here Zuko Sol launched an exciting new Web Series; TOGETHER, on Friday... Continue Reading →

SAMA Nominated Music Video Director Kyle White Takes To The World Stage with Global Hitmakers Master KG & David Guetta featuring Akon

Shine Your Light Music Video in Dominican Republic To watch the music video for “Shine Your Light” filmed by Kyle White: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5f0jsEtlsSM In June 2021, South African acclaimed music video director, Kyle White directed the music video which is his biggest career opportunity internationally to date, for global hitmakers David Guetta, Akon and Master KG’s latest single of... Continue Reading →

Brand South Africa kicks off decade celebration with Play Your Part Awards 2021 announcement

It is official! Brand South Africa’s flagship programme, Play Your Part, turns ten this year. The nationwide social movement that was created to inspire, empower, and celebrate active citizenship in South Africa is celebrating this momentous milestone with the launch of an initiative that seeks to recognise and acknowledge South Africans who are currently contributing... Continue Reading →

POWERFUL SINGLE RELEASED TO COMPLEMENT SUPERHERO THEME OF NEW CHILDREN’S BOOK, MY FAMILY OF SUPERHEROES

Local author, Zinhle T. Matthews, is the name on everyone’s lips after the release of her debut children’s book, MY FAMILY OF SUPERHEROES, in which she masterfully uses the power of positive affirmation to help children access their inner hero. Complementing the launch of this brilliant book is the release of an equally impressive song, KE NALE MATLA meaning “I am... Continue Reading →

MultiChoice honours legendary actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards on its DStv & Showmax platforms

The sudden passing of legendary actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards (66) on Monday morning, is mourned across the country. Multichoice will be honouring her trail-blazing career with a never-before seen documentary Shaleen Surtie-Richards: ‘I Am Who I Am’ on M-Net on Wednesday 9 June at 19:30 which will also be simulcast on kykNET and kykNETkie on Sunday 13 June... Continue Reading →

Quadruple Amputee Shaninlea Visser Launches Short Documentary and Inspiring Talk Show to Use Her Story of Trauma To Inspire and Motivate Others

Quadruple amputee Shaninlea Visser has released her short documentary and Season 1 of her very own inspiring talk show – The Shan Show – which was filmed by the same crew that brought you Survivor SA, The Voice SA, and more incredible South African TV productions – Warren Bleksley and Greg Nefdt of Alfacam and Blade... Continue Reading →

1st Commonwealth Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit to be held 19 – 20 May in countdown to Commonwealth heads of government meeting

The inaugural Commonwealth Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit is the first global event to focus on women in emerging tech sectors.  Taking place from the 19th to 20th May 2021, it is a 2 day online conference focusing on women’s entrepreneurship featuring 50 speakers, 20 talks and 12 panel sessions. Targeting policy-makers, entrepreneurs, government agencies, entrepreneurship support organisations, funders... Continue Reading →

Up We Go Mzansi movement launches three-phase campaign including Nationwide Youth Creative Competition with winnings of up to R25 000 cash per category

An initiative led by Volunteer Social Cohesion Advocates and Powered by The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture For more information on the Up We Go Mzansi Creative Competition please go to https://www.upwegomzansi.org.za Following the successful launch of the “Up We Go Mzansi” movement and its anthem “Bayete Mzansi” (performed and recorded by PJ Powers and... Continue Reading →

Local Celebrities Dish On What Freedom Day Means To Them

This Tuesday, South Africa celebrates 27 years since the first post-Apartheid democratic elections. It was back in 1994 when the first non-racial national elections took place, which allowed everyone of voting age of over 18 from any race group, including foreign citizens permanently resident in South Africa, to vote. The elections saw Nelson Mandela and... Continue Reading →

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