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  • Inxeba: A Film Worth Rejoicing

    One of the most important productions of the South African, and possibly the African film industry in its entirety, hits our big screens this weekend, The Wound Weekend has finally arrived. While South Africans have waited with bated breath for Inxeba (The Wound), which tells the story of a young gay boy’s rite of passage in […] More

  • Here’s What To Expect From WhatsApp Business

    Facebook owned WhatsApp, now boasting 1.3 billion users worldwide, is one of the leading communication tools in the world. As such, businesses have had to adopt to using the app as a channel to connect with customers instantly. The company is now formalizing the app as an official communication tool for small businesses to connect […] More

  • What Leaving My Dream Job Has Taught Me

    Since leaving this so called dream job, I’ve had nothing but time to reflect on my life and decisions I’ve made thus far. The one thing keeps ringing in my head is, ‘be careful what you wish for’ , this could also just be my wife’s voice, as she’s forever saying this to me. My love […] More

  • Looking Back At The Year That Was, 2017 Illustrated

    Illustrated by David ‘Slaying Goliath’ Tshabalala, these digital illustrations are shared on his Instagram page here. David co-owns creative & design agency Suketchi, specializing in graphic design, product & lifestyle ranges, media, arts and events. A lot more has happened this year, but these are David’s best picks of what 2017 will be remembered for! More

  • 3 South African Faves Hypebeasts Ruined

    There are always those everyday products used by the vast majority of society, so much so, that these brands are embedded as part of our culture. Although these products achieve iconic status in society, the price point tends to remain reasonable, ensuring mass market appeal. This has started to change; There are 3 products in particular […] More

  • Amanda Black Thrills On Feel Good Live Sessions Stage

    We were first Introduced to this voice in 2015 during season 11 of Idols, a singing competition tv series, where she made it to the Top 7. After signing with indie record label Ambitiouz Entertainment, Amanda went on to release her platinum selling debut album Amazulu last November after the massive success of her debut single […] More

  • Brenda Fassie: Not A Bad Girl, But A Bad B#&ch!

    A ‘good’ girl is, to list a few standards that I’ve noticed, a woman who fits neatly into the standards that patriarchy sets up for women. A woman who does not tempt men with her clothes, a woman who does not smoke or drink, a woman who does not own her sexuality before marriage (perhaps […] More

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