Sunday Serenade: The International Jazz Extravaganza
May18

Sunday Serenade: The International Jazz Extravaganza

By: Beverley Dias After hours of pondering whether I was brave enough to leave the comfort of my warm bed on Sunday 14 May (also Mother’s Day and one of the coldest, rainiest days I’ve experienced so far in this lifetime), I donned my doek as the invitation stated and made my way to the BAT Centre for the first instalment of The Sunday Serenade. I’m glad to report that the event more than made up for the sacrifice. Getting us into the...

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SA Influencers Comment On #StopRacismAtPretoriaGirlsHigh
Sep01

SA Influencers Comment On #StopRacismAtPretoriaGirlsHigh

By: Sandy Nene The picture above has been making rounds on social media. Take a look at this hashtag #StopRacismAtPretoriaGirlsHigh which has been trending this whole week. Zulaikha, a 13 year old student of PTA High School for girls and fellow black girls have decided to make a stand and fight against racism at their school. We contacted some of South Africa’s Top influencers and asked what are their thoughts on this issue and...

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Breaking From The Mold
Feb29

Breaking From The Mold

By: Tina Dube That inability to resist chicken.  The angry, aggressive and bitter black woman. The thieving black man. The guy in a top-of-the-range convertible who parties every weekend but whose worldly goods don’t exceed a fridge and a bed. The coloured person who has lost all their teeth to either drink or drugs. The able-bodied black person begging at a traffic light. The black man who has spawned 8 different children by 8 baby...

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Theatre Review | Egoli
Jan22

Theatre Review | Egoli

By: Ayabonga Ngoma SABloggers was invited to the media opening night for the re-staging of Matsemela Manaka’s Egoli as part of their 40th anniversary of The Market Theatre in Newtown. The play looks at the lives of migrant mine workers in apartheid South Africa and how despite being the force behind building the ‘City of Gold’ they can’t seem to escape poverty, racial discrimination, classism and lack of benefit from the gains of...

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Jump On The So Funny Safari this Summer Holiday With Boomerang!
Dec19

Jump On The So Funny Safari this Summer Holiday With Boomerang!

By: Sandy Nene Boomerang, the home of evergreen, internationally famous cartoon franchises from Turner on DStv channel 302, in partnership with the Johannesburg Zoo will be joining forces over the 2015 summer holidays to take all the kids in Johannesburg on their very own ‘So Funny Safari’! This summer, families all over the city of gold, will have the opportunity to celebrate their summer holidays with a first of its kind, ‘So Funny...

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Durban Bloggers Care Charity Initiative At Khulani Shelter
Sep23

Durban Bloggers Care Charity Initiative At Khulani Shelter

By: Sandy Nene Join Durban bloggers as they will be spending a day with the kids of Khulani Shelter. The Durban Bloggers Care Charity Initiative was formed by myself in 2013 where myself and two Durban bloggers, Faeema Sader and Shante Gumede surprised the children of Khulani Shelter with a visit and spent a day playing games, motivating and helping at the shelter. This time, it is going to be even better, as more Durban bloggers and...

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