Friday, 26 February 2016: Shield, South Africa’s number one selling deodorant brand, has launched Shield MotionSense, the world’s first anti-perspirant with unique microcapsules, activated by movement. This breakthrough, patented technology delivers bursts of freshness as you move, leaving you feeling fresh and protected throughout the day.
Shield MotionSense is the next generation in anti-perspirants with advanced motion-activated technology. Tiny microcapsules ‘burst’ when activated by friction, releasing freshness when you need it the most.
“Moving and being active is part of our everyday lives – the way we walk, run, dance and play. Understanding how the body moves has helped us develop this revolutionary anti-perspirant technology,” says Sue Carruthers, Shield Brand Manager at Unilever. “New Shield MotionSense is our premium range that gives you the freedom to keep moving with confidence, so you can enjoy living.” Continue reading
Expect a full-on diva battle as Hollywood soap stars get into a lather in the quest to take home the coveted Lip Sync Battle belt.“Nashville” actress Hayden Panettiere takes on “Desperate Housewife” Eva Longoria as the two actresses line up for TV’s hottest reality show.
Hayden’s sexy performance of girl power classic “Lady Marmalade” gets a massive boost thanks to a surprise appearance by Christina Aguilera. Not to be outdone, Eva brings out her A game, delivering a sizzling version of “Anaconda” in bright pink hot pants and a prosthetic bottom, in homage to Nicki Minaj’s famous derriere. Continue reading
Johannesburg, 08 March 2016: Eating something in the morning could help improve your mood. It is just one advantage on a long list of well documented benefits to starting your day with breakfast.
Now, McDonald’s SA continues to help South Africans wake up to a better day by evolving its breakfast menu offering with the celebration of McMuffin Morning (#McMuffinMorning) on Wednesday, 9 March 2016. Continue reading
Anyone who watched The Graham Norton Show a few weeks ago would have seen one of Norton’s guests, Tracey Ullman, discussing her new comedy sketch show. Ullman’s interview was followed by a clip which showed the comedienne, looking like a dead ringer for Dame Judy Dench, in a very funny sketch in which Dench was caught shoplifting
Now South African viewers have the chance to watch all six half-hour episodes, when Tracey Ullman’s Show premieres exclusively on ITV Choice (DStv 123) on Friday, March 18 at 21h00. Two episodes will be shown back-to-back each week for three weeks.
The UK is a melting pot of characters and cultures. Each episode of Tracey Ullman’s Show follows some of those characters, sometimes through their day, sometimes for a single moment. The series will feature warm and entertaining characters that are observational and recognisable; truthful, with a dose of eccentricity. Ullman’s unique talents and extraordinary versatility cover the full gamut from everyday people to superstars. Continue reading
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BERLIN, March 7, 2016 – Laureus World Sports Academy Member and athletics legend Michael Johnson describes Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt as ‘the greatest’ in an exclusive interview on Laureus.com, after the triple Olympic sprint champion was nominated again for the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award.
In the interview, available for media use, Johnson reviews all the track and field Nominees for the 2016 Laureus World Sports Awards and looks ahead to the Rio Olympic Games. Among his comments:
“Neither Jesse Owens, Carl Lewis or myself has produced, in my opinion, the consistency and longevity that Usain Bolt has and so to this point he has to be considered the greatest. If he’s healthy, I don’t think anyone can stop him in the Rio.”
“Who can stop Bolt for the Laureus Award? I look at Stephen Curry and what he did last year, winning the NBA Championship, league MVP and just doing unbelievable things, where there are so many great athletes. He still stood out against the field.” Continue reading
Okmalumkoolkat aka Simiso Zwane has officially returned from Australia after serving his one month sentence in Tasmania. We are pleased to announce that he is in good health and ready to address his fans. His statement is as follows:
I am writing this letter to my fans as Simiso Zwane, not as Okmalumkoolkat. I say this because it was Simiso Zwane who was out there in that Tasmanian prison.
Now, I know there has been speculation and misconception about my case. I was charged with assault with intent of indecency and assault with intent. I fully understand the magnitude of this issue. I have had time by myself to reflect on things most important to me and I am working through everything. I have served my time in jail in another continent and have endured hardships of the sentence that was handed to me. I would like to move on with my life. Continue reading
It’s with sadness in our hearts that we announce the end of Zebra & Giraffe. Kirstenbosch Gardens (20th March 2016) will be our last show for the foreseeable future.We’d like to thank each and every one of our fans over the years – your support and love for our music has made this amazing journey possible. To our families and friends – thank you for your love and support, for believing in us, and for putting up with all the craziness! To the people who’ve played an integral part in making this band what it is, we thank you for all your hard work and loyalty (Jess, Darryl, Marinus, Karl, Tania, Shy,Cian, Darren, Andrew, Rob, Bert, Liny, Cath, Christine, Marcus, Warwick, Maryke). To all our fellow SA musos that we’ve shared the stage with, partied with, and toured with – keep rocking, keep the dream alive, thank you for all the good times, the late nights, the hangovers, but most off all – the music!
Over the past 8 years we’ve achieved so many things that we’re proud of; we’ve poured our hearts and souls into every recording and every show, but the time has come for each of us to move on to different things.
We leave you with our final release – a fitting song called Redefine. Download it on Soundcloud for free, and play it loud!
Greg, Alan, Mike & Stef.
After a fantastic season one, the action packed and entertaining telenovela Gold Diggers comes to an end on Friday, 11 March at 8PM.
Lives are put at risk, family ties are tested and hearts are broken when e.tv‘s second 8PM telenovela, Gold Diggers comes to an end. The telenovela explored the dynamics of the mining industry, family feuds and relationships. The final episode promises to be nothing short of dramatic, things take an unpredictable turn when more shocking secrets are revealed. Continue reading
The Jackson family name has long been synonymous with fame, fortune and controversy. In The Jacksons: Next Generation, which starts on Wednesday 16 at 20.45, this six-part series reveals an inside look into the lives of members of this iconic family. After the passing of the legendary Michael Jackson, the responsibility of managing the Jackson family legacy fell onto the shoulders of Tito’s sons: Taryll, Taj and TJ. Told from their perspective, The Jacksons: Next Generation grants viewers an unprecedented look into the inner workings of the Jackson family and the heart, drama and chaos that inevitably accompany each family member.
CAPE TOWN. – The Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA) is committed to the promotion of non-sexism as part of the advancements of human rights and freedoms and the achievement of equality in South African society.
“The WPCA proudly subscribes to the values in the consistution of South Africa, including values such as human dignity, non-racialism and non-sexism,” said Nabeal Dien, chief executive officer of the Cape Cobras.
“Therefore we won’t tolerate sexism, sexual predjudice, sexist remarks of sexist language of any nature at grounds under the auspices of the WPCA,” he added.
“Our stance against sexism is as firm as is the case against any form of racism and racial prejudice,” he said. Continue reading