Usher heading to Mzansi

The latest international musician to head to our shores is Usher, an actor and singer-songwriter who is known for his impressive live performances. Wonted.co.za broke the news that he is heading to South Africa after one of their “reliable” sources told them he would be performing in Johannesburg and Durban. Although there has been no […]

Cops want to question Zola

“By late last night he wasn’t arrested as yet,” said spokesman Colonel Tshisikhawe Ndou. According to the Daily Sun, journalist Ngwako Malatji was writing an article on Bonginkosi “Zola” Dlamini and was invited to Dlamini’s house in Melville, Joburg. At the house, Dlamini would not let in the accompanying photographer, who waited outside the gate […]

Smartphone or Tablet? What if you could have the best of both worlds?

Says Paulo Ferreira, Head of Mobile Product and Business Solutions at Samsung; “Such growth is promising and certainly the possibilities that both the tablet and smartphone market have to offer are endless.But what if you are looking for something in between? What if you could combine core on-the-go benefits of various mobile devices while maintaining […]

Leopards ready to maul Pirates in the TKO battle

The two sides lock horns in the last 16’s of the TKO at the Orlando Stadium. Lekgwathi who has lifted two major cups and the Premier League title last season said they’re not going to look-down on Leopards irrespective of their poor run in the league.“Leopards are fragile and such animals can take you down if […]

Cultural Convention would make or break what is of importance to artists

This international indaba, presented by the Department of Arts and Culture and the Arterial Network, is ends today. Delegates from South Africa, Africa and around the world are poised to chart a way forward to realise the goals set out in the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expression. […]

Levis on a mission to curb counterfeit

Counterfeit and fake merchandise is uncommon in South Africa and this has led to millions of jobs lost as a result. Levi Strauss SA Brand Protection Department aims to stem the tide of losses to the business, which can amount to tens of millions of rands a year.  Debbie Gebhardt, Marketing Director of Levi Strauss […]

PSL on a hunt for new CE

Following the meeting, the executive committee announced it has mandated the PSL Chairman, Dr Irvin Khoza to embark on a head hunt for a candidate to fill the vacant PSL CEO position as a matter of urgency. Dr Khoza will then have to report back to the executive committee. In the interim, incumbent COO, Mr Cambridge Mokanyane […]

Over the next five year's tourism will contribute R1,6 billion

“This is important for us,” says Tim Scholtz, South African Tourism’s Chief Operating Officer and acting Chief Executive Officer.   South African Tourims is pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Kotze-Nhlapo to the position of Executive Manager: Conventions Bureau, effective 1 November 2011. Kotze-Nhlapo joins SA Tourism after her successful tenure as Head: Convention Bureau and Events […]

Chery SA on course to play hard

In fact Chery South Africa, having been in South Africa from 2008, did preview two new models arriving next year in the form of the J2 and J3, but also showcased some of its technology in the form of a turbocharged sports car and an electric commuter car, the Chery M1, something which some fans […]

Dr Galane goes aesthetic

“In 2003 I wrote a song dedicated to the people of Somalia. The song is called Ofican. Fican means fine. Through this song I set out to keep hope burning.I also set out to grow an indigenous African Sound called Free Kiba Afrophonia. Theoverdue diligence in mainstreaming indigenous knowledge and technology, into adiscourse that is […]