We don’t know many people that actually enjoy doing household chores. Many people actually hate them so much that they just pay someone else to do them. Click through for an opinionated ranking of household chores.
It’s not often that celebrities get to turn the tables on those that are capturing their every move – the paparazzi. But when they do, a candid situation usually ensues. Like the one Miley Cyrus just had, for instance.
Can you believe it’s been two weeks since Lance Armstrong decided he could no longer keep up the lies? Click through for his first interview, where he speaks candidly, of course, since he told Oprah what everyone already knew.
Earlier this week, 2oceansvibe brought you footage initially broadcast by Channel 4 News that depicted gruesome scenes from the Marikana Killing Koppie in which one policeman in particular bragged about killing a miner. Now, in the follow up to that piece of investigative journalism, we hear from some of the miners about the harassment key [...]
“Being Mandela”, starring sisters Zaziwe Dlamini-Manaway and Swati Dlamini, granddaughters of Nelson Mandela, will follow the lives of the two women as well as give viewers an inside look at their close-knit family and personal aspirations.
North Korean prison camps are amongst the most notorious in the world. They house gas chambers and chemical experiments, and prisoners are incarcerated just for being related to other prisoners.
Yes, you read that correctly. Iran has decided to show the world its latest form of punishment – the finger-chopping machine. [WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE]
We have to keep reminding ourselves that this is Africa, after all, and innovative, location specific things happen in our midst all the time.
eBay yesterday decided to ban the sale of the controversial dolls linked to Quentin Tarantino’s latest western movie about a freed slave, Django Unchained. It described the dolls as “offensive”, and the toymaker who manufactured the dolls had already discontinued them.
Earlier this week, the media was abundant with reports about an incident that occurred at Eben Donges High School in Kraaifontien when teachers at the school asked two siblings to remove their headscarf and fez a week ago. They have since been allowed to wear their religious attire. The Western Cape Education Department said on [...]
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande promised today that all poor students admitted into tertiary institutions will get funding.
Heavy rains and extensive flooding in Limpopo have caused havoc in that region. At least six people have died, but now thousands of crocodiles are also on the loose.
Look, we can’t fault Microsoft for trying, and they seem to have pulled off a cool advert. But whether that will make any difference as to whether you actually want to use Internet Explorer or not, remains the unanswered question.
The Vatican is worth a few bob, hell, they are their own city and do things pretty much as they please. Generally always shrouded in a bit of mystery, there a few quirks to some of the millions that have been acquired over the years.
State-owned low-cost airline Mango, and Comair, which operates British Airways flights and low-cost operator kulula.com, are chief amongst those that don’t want another low-cost airline operating in South Africa.
Speculation has been rife since yesterday that Betrayoncé, err, Beyoncé, lip-synched the United States, of America’s, national anthem during Barack Obama’s inauguration.
Michelle Obama attracts attention in her own right, and generally for the right reasons. But yesterday, at the inaugural luncheon, sitting between President Obama and John Boehner, the first lady seemed to roll her eyes at the House speaker – not once but twice.
As you all know by now, President Barack Obama was inaugurated to serve his second term as US president yesterday. There were some great images captured at the event, including panoramic ones.
We’re big fans of Bill Clinton here at the Vibe. And we know most of you are too. So we were very pleased when we saw our man got in on the action yesterday at President Obama’s inauguration and photobombed Kelly Clarkson.
At the age of 80, the 10th Baron Braybrooke has eight daughters but no sons. As a result of a law that stipulates he may not pass his title to a woman, a random distant cousin stands to score big time.
Okay, so we can’t confirm if that will be the title of the film, but it sure would be a good one. Nonetheless, what we can confirm is that the film will be based on an investigative account of the same name by New York Times reporter Juliet Macur.
They do things differently Bulgaria: the leader of Bulgaria’s ethnic Turkish party, Ahmet Doğan, was lucky to escape unharmed after a man jumped on stage at the party’s national conference and pointed a gun at his head.
Most people would never admit to engaging in the odd bit of Facebook stalking, but truth be told, most people love nothing more than a little stalk every now and then. Here’s how you can take precautions to stay in the clear.
What are you doing for the rest of the afternoon? Don’t pretend like you are actually working, because we know you are not. It’s way passed the hour of the Cape Town Friday Rule, and it’s time to get your Gizoogle on my nizzle.
Struggling TopTV, currently under business administration, wants to launch three TV channels called Playboy TV, Desire TV and Private Spice as soon as possible as a way to bring in the money.