An official trailer has debuted for ‘Ayanda,’ a South African coming-of-age story of a young woman on a journey of self-discovery in the male-dominated world of auto repair.
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Enjoy a first look at ‘Tell Me Sweet Something’ (2015), a charming romantic comedy film promising to show a side of Johannesburg rarely seen.
A+E Networks has acquired the exclusive TV rights to ‘Idris Elba: Mandela, My Dad & Me,’ a one-hour documentary following Golden Globe winning actor Idris Elba on a journey of self-discovery after starring in ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.’
Rapsody takes a trip to South Africa in her new video for “Godzilla.”
‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ star Idris Elba has teamed with South African and British musicians for an album inspired by the global leader titled, ‘mi Mandela.’
South African model Thando Hopa is defying prejudice with her beauty, albeit as a woman with albinism.
To promote safe sex awareness, the Say Something Sexy mock campaign encourages radio listeners to compete for the sexiest way to ask a partner to wear a condom.
Bryan Buckley’s 2013 Oscar-nominated short film, ‘Asad,’ tells a captivating story of the spirit and struggle of the Somalian people.
Elle South Africa celebrates the spirit of African fashion in its January 2013 issue starring model Sharleen Dziire. In the vibrant editorial spread, entitled Jozi Maboneng, photographer Ross Garret captures Sharleen in the continent’s fashion melting pot, Johannesburg.
Inspired by dapper African gents, Solange and friends travel to South Africa’s capital for vibrant new “Losing You” video.
Check out photos from the launch of Toronto’s Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival. As North America’s largest festival taking place now through August 5th, Toronto Carnival is a visual and auditory explosion of colorful exhibitions and pulsating rhythms of calypso, soca, reggae, hip-hop, chutney, steel pan and brass.
The minds behind British type foundry HypeForType commissioned South African graphic designer Ryan Atkinson to produce their first magazine entitled Typographic Revolt. The 6-page magazine pays tribute to HypeFortype’s Exclusive Faces range of fonts and doubles as 8 typographic posters.
When Rihanna recently premiered her mini-movie/music video for “Man Down,” she must have known that a controversy would erupt.