On the morning of the 27th February 2018, Flying Fish CHILL LITE launched the Lite Brunch and we were lucky to be part of the guests that were shuttled to the event in a Cadillac.   Hosted by radio and TV personality Pabi Moloi, the event took place at The Royale in Craighall Park whereby Flying Fish CHILL LITE launched the Lite Brunch Collective, an Instagram page dedicated to winning at brunch in 2018. The event which was attended by media, social media bloggers and industry influencers kicked off with a delectable brunch harverst and Flying Fish CHILL LITE infused cocktails.        Read More →

Hlulani Masingi met up with Mandla Leggere Gingirikani Waka Mashava of #NkaneloWaGingirikani to talk more about Shangazine. This YouTube channel normally discusses Tsonga music genres in detail however, Mandla decided to do things with a bit of a twist in a quest to find out more about Shangazine. The interview is conducted in Xitsonga langauge so grab your Tsonga friend nearby and watch it together. RELATED: Tsonga Electro Songs & Obscene LanguageRead More →

Have you seen the 2018 fashion trends for autumn? Apparently red and pink dominate the colour palette in a season defined by the comeback of the suit.   The Prince of Wales check is also back on the style throne, with super-chic iterations of this classic print, while feminine floral frocks are firmly on the fashion map, from ethereal embroidered maxi’s to twist-front shirt dresses. Spree has top 6 Autumn trends you should look out for this 2018.              Read More →

Listen to Hlulani Masingi, founder and editor of Shangazine talks about her journey in the media industry with The Millenial Gen. The interview took place on 16 February 2018 at CliffCentral studios where Masingi revealed a little about how she ventured into media and later started her own online magazine that aims to promote Xitsonga as a world-class culture.                 [PLAY TO LISTEN]  Read More →

Don’t make a mistake of leaving your house in your beautifully matched traditional attire, tirhandzi from head to nail and toe! Do your nails and make sure they blend in with the rest of your outfit! With these colours we hope to inspire you to always look dazzling… HOT PINK NAILS   LIME GREEN TALONS   MULTI-COLOURED TALONS   OMBRE HUES   MUSTARD NAILSRead More →

The genius of rap is in the verses, in the poetry and the images that the lyrics depict – and this genius was celebrated at the first-ever 2017 Rap Verse of the Year Awards.   Hosted by SlikourOnLife and created by renowned veteran rapper and poet, Tumi ‘Stogie T’ Molekane, the awards ceremony were held on 8 February 2018 in Braamfontein at Untitled, a club owned by DJs Kenzhero and Bionic. For the past year, the popular SlikourOnLife urban music website has featured a ‘verse of the month’ show by Stogie T where he evaluates and rates the best, latest hip-hop music verses, achieving aRead More →

Earning your first pay cheque after years of studying can be quite rewarding, but this is also a time to start charting a stable financial future. If you’re a new graduate and just entered the job market, you may for the first time experience a drastic change in their finances. Eunice Sibiya, head of consumer education at FNB says “That’s simply because moving from a monthly allowance to a salary is a big shift in terms of cash flow, however it must be managed properly. Earning a salary is quite liberating but if not well managed it could lead to financial problems.” Below are tipsRead More →

It is quite rare for rappers to use their birth names but, Lesson just thought his was just too interesting not to go to stage. Born in Alexandra, a township in Johannesburg yet rooted at a small village called Phaphazela in Malamulele, Lesson Makhubele fell in love with rap music at the age of 11 and also just released an album called Fresh Air. To get a bit of fresh air on Lesson, we asked him to share a thing to two about himself.   Q: Why did you choose to call yourself ‘Lesson’ as your stage name? A: Lesson is my name of birth. IRead More →

Soweto-born Christian musician Collen Maluleke will be recording a live DVD for his new album; GRATEFUL,  at the House of Treasurers Ministries in Johannesburg.  In finding out more about our Tsonga brother, we chatted to Maluleke so he tells us about his music journey.   Q: Tell us about your childhood memories. A: Growing up in Soweto was very normal for me it taught me how to live with other people hence I’m multilingual.   Q: Do you recall any interesting stories of your childhood that you think are worth telling? A: I used to get into many fights because I hated being bullied orRead More →