[cm_ad_changer group_id="2"]

‘Mr Fix It’ failing to fix the e-toll saga

‘Mr Fix It’ failing to fix the e-toll saga

Well, the minister of transport Fikile “Mr Fix It” Mbalula has since gone back on his words, this time citing ‘department did not want to “drown” the country in debt and must find a funding solution for the Gauteng e-tolls’. Mbalula was responding to a written question by the Democratic Alliance (DA)’s Chris Hunsinger, who […]

BMW 4 Series convertible- way too class!

BMW 4 Series convertible- way too class!

In locations or kasie we still continue to adore and worship the “gusheshe” brand. But knowing the German’s not resting on their laurels anytime soon- they’ve just pulled the wraps off its all new drop top BMW 4 Series convertible. From its grille to interior- I got my hands on this ‘monster’, yes, I’m being […]

‘Jolly’ Jolidee Matongo is no more!

‘Jolly’ Jolidee Matongo is no more!

He died in a fatal car crash this past Saturday in Golden Highway, a drive away from his home Lenasia, following a voter campaign in Soweto, in the company of President Cyril Ramaphosa, Premier David Makhura, Speaker of Council and fellow Members of the Mayoral Committee, earlier on that day. A pedestrian was also involved […]

SA Open opens up for Golf fans to flock to Sun City

SA Open opens up for Golf fans to flock to Sun City

The Open is one of the oldest in mzansi sporting calendar and prides itself on principles of prestige and ‘ubuntu’. It makes its return to the Gary Player Country Club from 2-5 December 2021. With the annual Nedbank Golf Challenge postponed indefinitely due to the pandemic, the bank has reaffirmed its sponsorship for the SA […]

‘Names in Uphill Letters’ a solo exhibition by a Sowetan lensman opens at Benoni Museum

‘Names in Uphill Letters’ a solo exhibition by a Sowetan lensman opens at Benoni Museum

The Soweto-born veteran photojournalist Mawela was referring to his much awaited solo photographic exhibition titled ‘Names in Uphill Letters’ that features a total of 108 ‘historiography of newsmakers who tread(ed) South Africa’s Soil’. It opens from September 24, (Heritage Day) the official launch at Benoni Museum. It will run until December and thereafter, it will […]

Gauteng Sport Awards are BACK!

Gauteng Sport Awards are BACK!

The awards were not hosted in 2020 due to the pandemic. GSA will be hosted October 31 at the venue yet to be confirmed. “We are opening up the nomination process to the people of Gauteng to identify the province’s top sporting top performing athletes which has lived up to our ambition as the ‘Home […]

Innovative SA host its first jazz Drive-In in honour of late opera star Sibongile Khumalo

Innovative SA host its first jazz Drive-In in honour of late opera star Sibongile Khumalo

Celebrated as jazz aficionados globally mzansi, is to experience new offering in the form of latest jazz Drive-In curated by T-Musicman. It also celebrates the birthday of the late opera singer Sibongile Khumalo. The three-day affair (first to be held in SA) goes live at Sandton City Rooftop from September 24, which is (Khumalo’s birthday) […]

RedSquare DJ Knockout celebrates 15th edition in 2021

RedSquare DJ Knockout celebrates 15th edition in 2021

Yep its’ fab ‘15’ as the annual RedSquare DJ KnockOut Challenge auditions to hit your nearest city, enters its fifteenth edition this year -as the economy slowly returns to normality. 2021 will see the top three DJ Knockout participants sharing R115 000 among themselves, with the first prize winner pocketing R100 000. The second and […]

WC least transformed province within the tourism sector

WC least transformed province within the tourism sector

Although it has many tourism products offering, the province stands at 25% in terms of transformation. This was revealed by the newly appointed Portfolio Committee on Tourism chairperson Tandi Mahambehlala, at her committee report to Parliament. Limpopo province led the transformation chart with 56% of tourism products owned by black businesses. It is followed by […]