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If you’ve ever caught yourself replicating dance moves from a music video, then you’re direct proof of the power of a video as a branding tool. To recognise both the creative process and the value of a music video in the building of an artist as brand, the Loeries have created a dedicated music video category. Entries for this year are open, and artists or producers creating innovative music videos are encouraged to enter their work.

Last year New Monday received a silver Loerie for the production of Thee More Shallow’s 2am video. Prior to the category being established, music videos for artists such as the Die Antword, Spoek Mathambo and Skrillex have been awarded Loeries for creative excellence. Continue reading

Premieres on ITV Choice (DStv123) on Saturday, April 20 at 20.00

In honour of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday on April 21, British Entertainment channel ITV Choice (DStv 123) has scheduled a raft of exclusive and never-seen-before-in-Africa programming in April and May.

In honour of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday on April 21, British Entertainment channel ITV Choice (DStv 123) has scheduled a raft of exclusive and never-seen-before-in-Africa programming in April and May.

One of the highlights of the Royal Season is sure to be Cameraman to the Queen, which premieres on the channel on Saturday, April 30 at 8pm. This one-off, hour-long documentary offers a fascinating insight into the work of royal cameraman Peter Wilkinson, who has been present at the Queen’s public engagements for 18 years to provide a close insight into his unique relationship with the monarch. Continue reading

My Citi Bus Stations vandalised DuNoon Uzasa Phoenix

My Citi Bus Stations vandalised DuNoon Uzasa Phoenix

STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S MAYORAL COMMITTEE MEMBER: TRANSPORT FOR CAPE TOWN, COUNCILLOR BRETT HERRON

The City of Cape Town is extremely concerned about the devastating consequences that the violent protests and vandalism of MyCiTi stations has on the law-abiding residents of Dunoon.

Over the past six weeks, at least three of the MyCiTi stations along Potsdam Road had to be closed for several days, denying MyCiTi commuters from Dunoon access to essential public transport services to get to work to provide for their families. Furthermore, the Phoenix station on Omuramba Road has been closed since 15 March 2016.

I have extracted commuter statistics for the MyCiTi stations at Usasaza, Dunoon, Killarney and Phoenix to determine how many of our residents have been affected. Today I can confirm that over 3 000 commuters from Dunoon and the surrounding areas have been adversely affected on a daily basis by the thuggish behaviour of a small group of troublemakers who have no regard for the law. Continue reading

COMEDY FOURSOME BRING THE LAUGHS IN EPISODE 3 OF HILARIOUS REALITY SHOW
Johannesburg, 22 April 2016: Comedy heavyweights Jason Goliath and Tol A$$ Mo go up against Celeste Ntuli and Nina Hastie as two comedy tag-teams engage in the first double contest of the Lip Sync Battle Africa (MTV, DStv channel 130, 20:50 CAT, 28 April 2016).

It’s the ultimate battle of the sexes as MTV pits boys versus gals, with one third of comedy trio Goliath & Goliath teaming up with the #YouGotGot host to go head to head against “Queen of Comedy” Celeste Ntuli and her feisty team-mate Nina Hastie.
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Five acts are in the race with four nods apiece, with a cross-section of genres sharing the spotlight

Dreamy Afro-soul newcomer Nathi, house music supremo Black Coffee, rising rappers Riky Rick and Emtee, and sultry songbird Zonke Dikana share the nominations spoils at the 22nd Annual South African Music Awards, grabbing an impressive four nods each.

The contenders for this year’s awards were announced amid great excitement and anticipation in Soweto on Thursday, 21 April 2016. The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA), the official passenger rail transport sponsor, ferried the VIP guests and media on the Metrorail Business Express to the Soweto Theatre, a landmark venue, located in Jabulani in the heart of Soweto, for the nominations “reveal”. Guests were escorted into the venue and then entertained by young performers from the Morris Isaacson High School, which is the very school that played a major role in the Soweto Uprising in 1976, forty years ago. Continue reading

iFix Repair Specialists of Apple, Huawei and Samsung products, has opened three new stores in La Lucia, Potchefstroom and Fourways, to meet the ever growing consumer demand for repair and technical support through quality service and expertise.

Nationally, iFix stores are run by entrepreneurs with a passion for the booming digital culture in South Africa. The stores are set with state-of-the-art equipment, the latest stock and highly trained technicians with a vested interest in fixing problems with precision, skill and care.

“What sets us apart from other repair stores is our unrivalled offering of quality repairs on Apple, Huawei and Samsung products as well as our technical support by knowledgeable staff and technicians,” says Alex Fourie, CEO of iFix. “We are thrilled to be expanding the iFix footprint with the launch of our Johannesburg, Durban and Potchefstroom stores.” Continue reading

There are five changes to the DHL Western Province starting line-up for their clash with the Toyota Free State Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Friday.

In the backline there is a new halfback pairing of Godlen Masimla and Scott van Breda, whilst out wide Khanyo Ngcukana starts on the wing with JP Lewis named on the replacements bench.

In the forward pack hooker Chad Solomon and No.8 Tertius Daniller make their first starts of the season after featuring off the bench in the opening game of the campaign against the Blue Bulls at DHL Newlands. Continue reading

As the original whistleblower, I am not surprised at the findings of the Seriti Commission.

With due respect to Judge Willie Seriti, this outcome was decided long before the Commission started and Judge Seriti only had to design a process to get a predetermined outcome – to give President Jacob Zuma what he wanted.

This is an utter and total waste of time and taxpayer’s money.

Once again, these findings were designed to protect one man – President Jacob Zuma. Continue reading

Oyster enthusiasts, fitness fanatics and lovers of the good life, are you ready for this fun-filled lifestyle festival?

The 33rd annual Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival takes place from 1 to 10 July 2016 and with more than 100 activities spread over ten days there will be no shortage of fun. As part of the festival, the Momentum Weekend Argus Rotary Knysna Cycle Tour and the Momentum Cape Times Knysna Forest Marathon will be taking place and entries are officially open! These highly acclaimed races offer sport lovers some of South Africa’s most spectacular natural scenery.

This year we also bring you the all new Momentum Health OatWell DualX, powered by PeptoPro which will form part of the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival as well as the BIG5 SPORT CHALLENGE. The DualX events will challenge athletes across all levels of fitness, skill experience and ages through a number of events taking place throughout the Festival. Continue reading

Bleisure travel is an awful contraction, but if industry experts are to be believed, a growing trend as business travellers add a little personal downtime at the start or end of work-related trips.

The reasons vary, from getting to know the culture in the cities or foreign countries where they do business, to coping with the stress of a connected, always-on world or simply as a reward for being away from home.

“I find that I’m able to concentrate and add more value if I’ve arrived a day before a big meeting or conference and given myself a little time to relax and acclimatise,” says Edward Frost, British Airways’ commercial manager for South and East Africa, who travels internationally at least once a month. Continue reading

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