David Alexander on the state of music publishing in South Africa
David Alexander on the state of music publishing in South Africa

David Alexander, newly appointed chair of Music Publishing Association of South Africa, shares insights on how to revolutionise the business of publishing....

Evan-Lee CourieBy Evan-Lee Courie 3 days ago

Lelive: a community-first, clean beauty brand by Amanda du-Pont
Lelive: a community-first, clean beauty brand by Amanda du-Pont

Actress, model and TV personality Amanda du-Pont has ventured into the beauty business, launching a locally-made skincare brand...

Lauren HartzenbergBy Lauren Hartzenberg 3 days ago

#OnTheBigScreen: Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train
#OnTheBigScreen: Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train

Two films open in South Africa, this weekend: Mortal Kombat and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 3 days ago

#BehindtheBrandManager: Terri Verhoeven of Big Concerts on navigating the new events, entertainment space
#BehindtheBrandManager: Terri Verhoeven of Big Concerts on navigating the new events, entertainment space

This month, we uncover the heroes behind the brands that millions of South Africans take into their homes and hearts every day. We find out more from Terri Verhoeven, senior operations manager at Big Concerts...

Ruth CooperBy Ruth Cooper 6 Apr 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: Come Away, Nobody and Extinct
#OnTheBigScreen: Come Away, Nobody and Extinct

Films entering the South African box office, this weekend, include Come Away, Nobody and Extinct.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 2 Apr 2021

#BehindtheBrandManager: Meet Adam Deane of RocoMamas
#BehindtheBrandManager: Meet Adam Deane of RocoMamas

With a broad range of skills under his belt, RocoMamas national brand manager Adam Deane sits comfortably in the coveted 'unicorn' category of employees...

Lauren HartzenbergBy Lauren Hartzenberg 1 Apr 2021

Artscape celebrates 50 years: Q&A with CEO Marlene le Roux
Artscape celebrates 50 years: Q&A with CEO Marlene le Roux

The Artscape Theatre in Cape Town will mark 50 years since it was established with events that will be held throughout the year. We got in touch with Artscape CEO Marlene le Roux to chat about this major milestone, the theatre's evolution and how the arts are combatting the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ruth CooperBy Ruth Cooper 31 Mar 2021

#BehindtheMask: Manuela Dias de Deus of One-eyed Jack
#BehindtheMask: Manuela Dias de Deus of One-eyed Jack

This week I chat to Manuela Dias de Deus, founding member and co-director of entertainment marketing and lifestyle agency, One-eyed Jack...

Evan-Lee CourieBy Evan-Lee Courie 31 Mar 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: The Father and Godzilla vs Kong
#OnTheBigScreen: The Father and Godzilla vs Kong

Films opening on this big screen in South Africa, this weekend, include The Father, which is nominated for Best Picture at this year's Oscars, and Godzilla vs Kong, which sees two iconic cinematic monsters face-off.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 26 Mar 2021

Truth Coffee's David Donde is taking on the world of chocolate
Truth Coffee's David Donde is taking on the world of chocolate

David Donde, the visionary behind Truth Coffee, has broadened his horizons and launched a chocolate company with long-standing Truth COO Ken Walton...

Lauren HartzenbergBy Lauren Hartzenberg 24 Mar 2021

Between cows and cornfields in the Nissan Qashqai Midnight Edition
Between cows and cornfields in the Nissan Qashqai Midnight Edition

The Free State is a curious place: wonderfully welcoming with wide-open spaces, blue skies, and classic South African cuisine...

Ilse van den BergBy Ilse van den Berg 24 Mar 2021

New nostalgia: Q&A with embroiderer and artist Danielle Clough
New nostalgia: Q&A with embroiderer and artist Danielle Clough

Cape Town-based artist Danielle Clough's vibrant and unique embroidery creations have seen her gain significant attention both locally and internationally. She's worked with major brands such as Gucci and Nike and shown her work across the globe.

Ruth CooperBy Ruth Cooper 23 Mar 2021

Top 10 reasons to say "I do" at a Mauritius resort
Top 10 reasons to say "I do" at a Mauritius resort

Mauritius is a very popular wedding destination and LUX* Belle Mare is listed among 'The 50 Best Wedding Venue Hotels' by Hotels in Heaven.

Debbie HathwayBy Debbie Hathway 19 Mar 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: The Mauritanian, Boss Level, Persian Lessons and Raya and the Last Dragon
#OnTheBigScreen: The Mauritanian, Boss Level, Persian Lessons and Raya and the Last Dragon

Four films open at the South African box office, this weekend. They include The Mauritanian, Boss Level, Persian Lessons and Raya and the Last Dragon.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 19 Mar 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: Breaking News in Yuba County and Chaos Walking
#OnTheBigScreen: Breaking News in Yuba County and Chaos Walking

Films opening in the South African box office, this week, include Breaking News in Yuba County and Chaos Walking.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 12 Mar 2021

7 unexpected interior design and décor trends for 2021
7 unexpected interior design and décor trends for 2021

Interior design and décor trends may not always be as changeable as their fashion counterparts, however, things do change and when they do they look to the past for inspiration. Very few trends are new.

Yael GeffenBy Yael Geffen 9 Mar 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: Tom and Jerry and Coming 2 America
#OnTheBigScreen: Tom and Jerry and Coming 2 America

This week's box office entries see our favourite duelling duo Tom and Jerry head to the big screen, while Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall return as Prince Akeem and Semmi in Coming 2 America.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 5 Mar 2021

Chris Soal bags Dior Lady Art project collab
Chris Soal bags Dior Lady Art project collab

Chris Soal, an emerging South African artist, uses unconventional found objects such as toothpicks and bottle caps in conjunction with concrete and other industrial materials...

Evan-Lee CourieBy Evan-Lee Courie 2 Mar 2021

4 easy ways to help your friendly neighbourhood musician survive Covid-19
4 easy ways to help your friendly neighbourhood musician survive Covid-19

Here are a few ways you can put your hard-earned randelas to good use by helping your favourite musicians.

Tecla CiolfiBy Tecla Ciolfi 1 Mar 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: Critical Thinking and The Little Things
#OnTheBigScreen: Critical Thinking and The Little Things

Films entering the South African box office, this weekend, include the biographical drama, Critical Thinking, and The Little Things, which boasts an all-star cast with Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto, who has received Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations for his performance.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 26 Feb 2021

#BehindtheMask: Chioma Umeala, up-and-coming actress, filmmaker and producer
#BehindtheMask: Chioma Umeala, up-and-coming actress, filmmaker and producer

This week I catch up with Chioma Umeala, known as Ayo on BET Africa's Isono...

Evan-Lee CourieBy Evan-Lee Courie 23 Feb 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: Songbird, Adopt A Daddy
#OnTheBigScreen: Songbird, Adopt A Daddy

Films entering the South African box office, this week, include Songbird and Adopt A Daddy.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 18 Feb 2021

Bos Brands strengthens D2C focus as e-commerce hots up
Bos Brands strengthens D2C focus as e-commerce hots up

Bos Brands is ramping up its direct-to-consumer offering with the launch of a subscription service. This follows a revamp of the company's online store last year...

Lauren HartzenbergBy Lauren Hartzenberg 16 Feb 2021

#OnTheBigScreen: Music, I Am Woman and Cranston Academy: Monster Zone
#OnTheBigScreen: Music, I Am Woman and Cranston Academy: Monster Zone

Music, I Am Woman and Cranston Academy: Monster Zone and a preview of Songbird open at local cinemas this weekend.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 12 Feb 2021

Songbird - A terrifying odyssey into Covid-23, a hypothetical look into our future
Songbird - A terrifying odyssey into Covid-23, a hypothetical look into our future

Songbird, the first feature film to be made during Covid-19 in Los Angeles, and about the pandemic itself, is a terrifying, hypothetical look into our future, depicting increasing isolation, militarised enforcement, fear and loss. It also champions values like love, courage, bravery and compassion. Its ultimate message is one of human redemption and hope.

Daniel DercksenBy Daniel Dercksen 11 Feb 2021

#StartupStory: Small-batch plant milk made in the Cape
#StartupStory: Small-batch plant milk made in the Cape

From the bright minds behind Mielie Mailer comes Oh Oat, a locally-produced oat milk brand with a sustainable approach to packaging...

Lauren HartzenbergBy Lauren Hartzenberg 11 Feb 2021

Introducing Babanango Game Reserve - an exciting new reserve in the heart of Zululand
Introducing Babanango Game Reserve - an exciting new reserve in the heart of Zululand

Babanango Game Reserve promises a captivating bush experience, and they definitely deliver on their promise. Situated in the heart of Zululand in KwaZulu-Natal, this new kid on the block is something special...

Di BrownBy Di Brown 4 Feb 2021

Celebrate a stay-at-home Valentine's Day with the UCook chef experience meal kit
Celebrate a stay-at-home Valentine's Day with the UCook chef experience meal kit

Planning to celebrate Valentine's Day at home this year? Then why not impress your partner with a romantic restaurant-worthy dinner for two?

Ruth CooperBy Ruth Cooper 3 Feb 2021

Cape-based non-alcoholic spirits maker garners global praise
Cape-based non-alcoholic spirits maker garners global praise

Abstinence, a local non-alcoholic spirits brand inspired by the biodiversity of the Cape Floral Kingdom, attracted global recognition at the international Low- and No-Alcohol Masters Competition...

Lauren HartzenbergBy Lauren Hartzenberg 2 Feb 2021

7 easy ways to help support South African restaurants and wineries during Level 3
7 easy ways to help support South African restaurants and wineries during Level 3

It is no dispute that the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions - lockdown, curfew and the alcohol ban (as necessary as they have been in certain circumstances) - have had a devastating effect on South Africa's hospitality and wine industries...

Ruth CooperBy Ruth Cooper 1 Feb 2021

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