The art of sophistication and class starts with Mont Blanc

Annual Montblanc Black & White Week event

The art of sophistication and class starts with Mont Blanc. From how you smell to the watch on your wrist. On the 5th of April Mont Blanc showcased some of their peculiar latest timepieces collection. ALSO READ: Montblanc showcases latest timepieces in its vintage inspired 1858 Collection at exclusive preview Welcomed by the beautiful Jessica …

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Thabiso Makhubela On The Fifth Season Of Win A Home

Thabiso Makhubela Win A Home

The fifth season of the interior design reality show Win a Home continues to be as popular as ever. It all comes to a conclusion during the exciting Grand Finale that will be broadcast this Thursday 13 December at 19h30 on SABC3.   ALSO READ: Danilo Acquisto On The Fifth Season Of Win A Home Over the past 12 …

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Skeem Saam’s Pebetse Matlaila fears for her child’s life in South Africa

Pebetse Matlaila Skeem Saam

Actress Pebetse Matlaila says she fears for her child’s life in South Africa, we need to protect them. This comes after a man was accused of raping a seven-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Dros restaurant in Pretoria. 

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According to Divorce Laws, everyday women including children are murdered, physically and sexually assaulted and threatened.

Pebetse Matlaila is a South African actress, radio personality, producer and voice over artist best known for her role as Mokgadi Matloga on SABC1 drama series Skeem Saam.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, the Skeem Saam actress said she’s evening thinking of home schooling her daughter to protect her. She also said she was tired of always looking over her shoulder fearing the worst and wanted to fight back.

“The one thing that keeps me up at night is the safety of children, especially the girl child. I don’t even know what to do. We live in fear because our children’s lives are ruined before they even start. I am even scared to send my child to school. I’m contemplating home schooling her. You don’t even know if they are safe when they are not in your sight.

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Watch Khanyi Mbau as a memoji

Khanyi Mbau memoji

South African actress, musician and host Khanyi Mbau has decided to create an animated cartoon of herself using the iOS 12’s new memoji feature. ALSO READ: “The Scoop” Hosted By Khanyi Mbau Now A Mobile Entertainment Offering For SA iOS 12 is the twelfth major release of the iOS mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc., being …

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AKA’s Fela In Versace makes global Spotify playlist

AKA's Fela In Versace

AKA’s Fela In Versace featuring Kiddominant has received global attention from streaming giant, Spotify, who added the smash hit track to their global African Heat playlist this week and has already placed in the Top 15. ALSO READ: AKA And Da L.E.S With Their Daughters At The NBA Game The playlist includes artists making an impact …

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Duma Mnqobi leaves Generations: The Legacy

Duma Mnqobi, who plays Fana on Generations The Legacy will be leaving the popular soapie after his contract was not renewed.  ALSO READ: Thuli Phongolo’s Life After Leaving Generations According to, an insider told Celeb Gossip that unfortunately, Duma Mnqobi is being let go, his contract has not been extended because the show’s writers feel …

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Bonang Matheba confirms she has a new boyfriend

Bonang Matheba new boyfriend

South African television personality, radio host and businesswoman, Bonang Matheba has confirmed that there is a new man in her life. ALSO READ: AKA And His Girlfriend Bonang Matheba Break-Up (AGAIN) It looks like Queen B has finally moved on following her breakup with rapper, Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes. Matheba announced at the end of her reality show ‘Being …

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L’vovo on government not helping local artists while they are still alive

Kwaito star L’vovo Derrango

Kwaito star L’vovo Derrango says local artists are broke because government doesn’t support them, instead, they spend more money on international artists such as ‘Beyoncé and Drake’. 

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Derrango took to Twitter to express his frustration at the lack of support, responding to news that the South African government wants to help ProKid’s family bury the late hip-hop artist.

The kwaito hit-maker said: “Because when we’re alive Government rather gives foreign artists money. Beyonce n Drake dont need more Private Jets n mansions. South African media n Gov hates local artists. We broke because we are not supported at home.”

L’vovo went on to say “If only you guys understood how this thing is so tough. I dont blame people who die broke. It’s tough being on the spotlight – life is expensive. Artists/celebs are ‘expected’ to ‘have it all’ and ‘the best of everything’ kanti akuhambi kanjalo [things aren’t what they seem], lento inzima [this thing is hard].”

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Sbahle Mpisane opens her eyes for the first time six days after car crash

Sbahle Mpisane opens her eyes

Television personality and fitness star Sbahle Mpisane has opened her eyes for the first time six days after the horror crash.  ALSO READ: Sbahle Mpisane In A ‘Critical Condition’ After Durban Car Crash According to TshisaLIVE, Sbahle’s father Sbu Mpisane, announced via SMS that his daughter just opened her eyes: “Breaking News… She just opened her eyes,” …

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Hlumela Nyaluza launches unique book Navigate Humans: Be Against Normality

Hlumela Nyaluza

Eastern Cape born independent author, Hlumelo Nyaluza, launches the world’s most uniquely structured self-help book, Navigate Humans: Be Against Normality, a proudly South African product by a young male.

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First revealed last year, Navigate Humans: Be Against Normality, has now been accepted by 16 book stores including CNA stores nationwide. The book is also available globally on AMAZON.

Written in 19 days using a borrowed laptop and minus R7 to his name, Navigate Humans: Be Against Normality shares Hlumelo Nyaluza’s “Human Navigation” philosophy of how humans can move from “nothing” to everything (destiny) using what he or she has and how one should be against the norm to stay ahead of one’s peers.

“Getting to this point has been incredible. The journey hasn’t been easy, but I’m over-joyed by the support I’ve received thus far. Getting the SABC to endorse my book and single-handedly closing the CNA distribution deal are some highlights of this journey. Thank you South Africa for believing in me” shares Hlumelo Nyaluza.

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