Showing posts from June, 2016

STATEMENT – Feather Awards in Solidarity with Orlando

(June, 2015 – Johannesburg.) Following the attack that killed 49 people in a gay club in Orlando, Florida, the organising committee of the Feather Awards send out their sincerest condolences and expresses solidarity with the LGBTI community of Orlando. 

We are truly saddened and shocked by this senseless shooting.
Although a single terrorist pulled the trigger - so many others are equally responsible for this tragedy.
How many times in a day are we gay, lesbian, transgender, different, treated as ‘others’ and not citizens with equal rights? Even here - with our progressive Constitution - we are still treated with hatred that, all too often, goes unpunished. The police do not answer our calls, and the few times they do arrive, they laugh and ridicule us. We are constantly anxious and fearful because we are not safe anywhere and we never know when the next sick person is going to do something like this. We live in societies that hate us for being "sinful" but co…


PRESS RELEASE: Mzansi Magic viewers around the country have been yearning the return of the renowned high stakes drama, Rockville. The wait is finally over, as season 4 promises higher drama, more action, and twisted plots from Sunday, 10 July. The famous series, which contrasts the worlds of northern Joburg, with the adrenaline-filled, bustling streets of Soweto, sees popular stars such as Shona Ferguson play JB, Connie Ferguson as Mavis, Gail Mabalane as Vicky, and Boitumelo Thulo as Mpho return for another season alongside other senior cast members. This season also sees new characters debut with Sello Maake Ka-Ncube appear as the new villain, Rolex, and Themba Ndaba as the crooked police officer, Ngema. Another welcome inclusion is Ayanda Thabethe as the sultry temptress, Aliyah. M-Net’s Head of Drama, Reneilwe Sema commented on what’s in store for viewers, “The theme this season is ‘journeys to redemption’. Mavis tries to redeem broken family bonds, while JB, who has …

Afrotainment Vodacom Durban July Marquee

Get yourself to the most talked about marquee at the Vodacom Durban July! Be part of the unforgettable experience. 

An exclusive VIP styled marquee at the Vodacom Durban July featuring the ‪#‎ezaseafro‬ artists Danger Big-Nuz,, Dj cndo, DJ Fisherman, Duncan Skuva, Naak Musiq, Joocy Mavundla as well as Black Coffee; AKA IV League; Nasty_C SA; KWESTA and hosted by DJ Tira.
Email for table bookings. Lounge tickets are at Computicket and Checkers Shoprite stores now.
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VIP TABLE (R3700 pp) or (R37000 for table of ten):
* Entrance into the Afrotainment Durban July Marquee 2016
* Complimentary Local drinks 10am-5pm
* Complimentary Snacks for lunch and Buffet Dinner
* Private Waiter 1 per 2 tables
* Private Bars, Loos and credit card facilities
* Screens for the racin…

Crème Dela Crème VDJ Pre-Party

Creme Dela Vodacom Durban July Pre-Party at Moyo Ushaka Marine World Where class & lifestyle meet......The best. 5-Star nightlife experience. Stunning venue, Expensive Music & astonishing crowd. This happens once a year and they call it CRÈME DELA CRÈME.
VENUE: Moyo Ushaka Marine World 
Time: 20h00 - 5h00
COST: 300.00

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The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission celebrates 100 years of Film in KwaZulu-Natal.

Press Release: 

2016 marks yet another milestone in KwaZulu-Natal as the province celebrates 100 years of film. Very few are aware that the first film that recognised and utilised the province of KwaZulu-Natal as its stage was a film titled “A Zulu’s Devotion” which was shot in 1916. The film was directed by Joseph Albrecht. In celebration of this centenary of film making in the province, the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC) unveils its programme during the Durban International Film Festival. The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission will host a Film Week which will be in celebration of South African cinema.  Local films will be taken to the people of the province through screenings that will be held in the townships in and around Durban, during the Durban International Film Festival. The highlight event of KZNFC is The Simon “Mabhunu” Sabela Film and Television Awards which is celebrated in honour of the late Simon “Mabhunu” Sabela who was a legend in film and television. …


Press Release:

Johannesburg, 17 June 2016:On Friday 24 June, the GRAMMY Museum® and BET are to unveil a brand new exhibit, Sounds of Africa that showcases and celebrates the unique diversity of African music, spotlighting winners and nominees of both the GRAMMY Awards® and the "BET Awards".

Located on the third floor of the Grammy Museum, the display is an extension of the 16th annual "BET Awards" and the 2016 BET Experience at L.A. LIVE. 

Commented Monde Twala, VP: BET, Youth & Music, VIMN Africa, “It’s fantastic to see the influence of African artists and music amplified in this unique exhibition in this iconic setting.  We are excited about working with the Grammy Museum to create this fascinating tribute to legendary, traditional and contemporary African musicians."

On display temporarily until autumn 2016, the exhibit will feature handwritten lyrics, costumes and rare instruments from…