The Lady in Rouge Can Do No Wrong

Anyone who knows me should know what a huge Rouge fan I am. As such, they should understand why  I will always be unashamedly positively biased about her music.

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Khanyi Dhlomo is My Mentor, She Just Doesn’t Know It Yet

If you ask any young black, millennial, female who decided to actively pursue a career in media, what keeps her going despite the numerous obstacles that pop up along the way, Khanyi Dhlomo’s success story is bound to come up in conversation.

It all began for most when they saw this young woman who, at the age of 20, made history as the first black newscaster for South Africa’s national broadcaster in 1995. Continue reading “Khanyi Dhlomo is My Mentor, She Just Doesn’t Know It Yet”

Why Anita Ronge – the “Kasi Mlungu” – is Wrong

On my way to work yesterday morning, I was confronted by some BS in the form of the self-proclaimed ‘Kasi Mlungu’ who seemed to be trying to say that her life is so hard because she’s too white to be black and too black to be white. Continue reading “Why Anita Ronge – the “Kasi Mlungu” – is Wrong”

Beyond the Swag Bag – The Business Behind Celebrity x Brand Partnerships

Rumor has it that Minnie Dlamini just inked a two year deal with BMW which will see her getting to drive around in a multi-million Rand BMW i8 and whatever other kick ass car they may have on offer. Continue reading “Beyond the Swag Bag – The Business Behind Celebrity x Brand Partnerships”

Media Girl Reviews: #TheQueenMzansi 

If Ferguson Films isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when I mention Igazi, The Queen and Rockville then you have been wasting your TV time on the wrong shows.

Not only are Connie and Shona Ferguson #goals in every way, but Continue reading “Media Girl Reviews: #TheQueenMzansi “

Cover Stars – Suggestions for South African Magazines

Hands up if you’re tired of seeing the Jessicas (Simpson, Alba and Biel) on the covers of magazines that are supposedly meant for South African women.

Hands up if cover stars such as Amanda DuPont (who is killing it on the cover of the latest Grazia), Pearl Thusi, Bonang Matheba, Omuhle Gela and Thuli Pongolo do more to Continue reading “Cover Stars – Suggestions for South African Magazines”

#FlashbackFriday – The 10 best #TrapCover videos

So this topic is a little old but I recently re-discovered it after a conversation with my colleagues and I HAD to share it with you guys in case you missed it.

It happened around the time Rihanna dropped her hit single ‘Work’ and it started to gain popularity. 1652’s (the Twitter term for Continue reading “#FlashbackFriday – The 10 best #TrapCover videos”