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Somizi back on Idols SA

Idols SA is set to be renewed for the 18th season and fans' favourite Somizi "SomG" Mhlongo is back by popular demand. Somizi was not part of the last season's edition of the hit reality singing competition because of abuse allegations made by his estranged husband, Mohale Motaung. As witnessed...

Lesley Khoza returns to Giyani: Land of blood season 2 a greater actor

Lesley Khoza stars in a one of its kind telenovela series Giyani: Land of blood. Lesley’s charismatic persona allows him to rise above all odds and breaks barriers in season 2 as he brings his best foot forward. He is proud that he sees how he has evolved from season 1 to season 2 and is eager...

Young Vaal Entrepreneurs, pioneers behind eco-friendly home décor pieces

In the township of zone 3, Sebokeng lives two young ambitious women Balungile Maloka (20) and Blessing Leboko (19). Growing up in the township the two realized the amount of bottles being wasted and destroyed every day and littering the streets of their neighborhood. Instead of gallivanting and consuming alcohol like other young people during...

Joburg theatre to hold the fourth Isandlwana lecture

One-hundred-and-43 years later, South African black artists ensure that the day of 22 January 1879 is still remembered. This is a day that is unlikely to be removed from the books of history. King Cetshwayo’s men had walked 100 km from Ondini to Isandlwana, they were driven by the cheer desire to remove their...

Nonkululeko Sibeko taking SA to great heights through art

Nonkululeko Perturnia Sibeko came face to face with art at the age of 9 years and she was completely oblivious to her talent. “I would paint and sketch objects and people, sometimes I would sketch my teachers while teaching in class but was not aware that I’m creating art” Nonkululeko recalls. Her family was...

University of Johannesburg appoints Dr. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka as its Chancellor

The Council of the University of Johannesburg (UJhas announced the appointment of former United Nations (UN) Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women, Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, as its new Chancellor. Her five-year term of office will run from 1 October 2022 until 30 September 2027. She will succeed Professor Njabulo Ndebele, whose second five-year term as Chancellor...

Dr. Mashudu demonstrates the power of academia to SA

Dr. Mashudu Mbedzi had an ordinary up bringing just like any other black South African child but it’s remarkable to see the giant he has become in academia setting high standards for all South Africans. Dr. Mbedzi is not a Doctor by chance but pushed himself to a point of brilliance in academia. Dr. Mbedzi has more...

The start of a fruitful journey for generous Ayanda Hadebe

“I believe it doesn’t take an asset to influence one’s life in a positive way however actions speak louder than words” Ayanda Hadebe Not all hope is lost when it comes to our youth as resilient Ayanda Hadebe leads with a heart-felt purpose. The 27 year old is a selfless...

Mokganyetsi Germina Mashele letting her light shine

“I always say you will never be like me but have the courage to be authentically you and be unapologetic”, says Mokganyetsi Mashele. For a person that has struggled in life with her health she stands tall and strides through life and stages like Mrs Universe Africa where she took the crown of...

Soweto’s finest Youth Choir Karabo ya Morena keeps winning

Karabo Ya Morena was established in June 2020 by a group of friends who came up with an idea to start a new choir. The founders of Karabo Ya Morena Thapelo Mathole, Lebo Seritsane, Happiness Motsheo, Xoli Mkhanyiswa and Collen Padi were later joined by friends from different choirs. Singing in...