SABC 3 revealed its new innovative Brand Campaign and a revitalised generic schedule. The channel revealed brand new local content with some of our flagships moving to new timeslots.
2017 sees Business and Arts South Africa (NPC) celebrate twenty years of arts business partnerships, with an invigorated focus on growth, research, connectivity and celebration that confirms the organisation’s standing as a leader on the African continent.
Dr Phil Ndlela, an English literature lecturer on the Mafikeng Campus of the North-West University (NWU), recently published a peer-reviewed essay on one of South Africa’s literary giants, Prof Ezekiel Mphahlele, on AOSIS – an online platform that publishes African scholarly research.
Gugulethu Sibiya, a second-year law student at the Mafikeng Campus of the North-West University (NWU), recently published a novel titled “The Turning Point”.
Johannesburg: It’s time to check out Africa’s most hilarious and crazy Internet videos as the second season of insane antics starts on Ridiculousness Africa on 8 June (MTV, DStv channel 130).
Nickelodeon (DStv channel 305) and uShaka Marine World just pumped up the volume on the first Africa edition of SlimeFest, due to take place at Durban’s uShaka Marine World on 8 & 9 April, adding Emtee, K.O, The Kiffness, Twins On Decks and Timo ODV to the concert line-up.
There’s no stopping the freight train that is Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) as they continue full steam ahead with their roll out of one hot local show after the other.
She cemented her place in our hearts as the well-meaning gossip, Ma Mnisi in Isibaya and she captured our imagination as Slenda in the local female prison drama, Lockdown.