Winter can’t get here soon enough. With the show set to start on the 6th of April, we are counting the days until its return. This 15 min teaser will have grown men squeal with joy, as you get a glimpse of what is installed for Game Of Thrones Season 4.
Derick Watts and the Sunday Blues Band are kicking ass and taking names again with this excellent Walter White Facebook Look Back video, which has gained almost a million views in just a few days. Why have they been ignored by SA media? Naughty, SA media. Naughty.
After the recent political fallout between AgangSA and the DA, AgangSA leader Mamphela Ramphele has confirmed that South African-born billionaire, Nathan Kirsh has funded her party and will continue to do so. The revelation comes in the wake of Helen Zille claiming that Ramphele’s motivation for the now deceased merger was to secure donor funding.
One Jay Leno, who hosted the Tonight Show for over 30 years, has called it quits. In the video below, the likes of Kim Kardashian, Oprah, and Billy Crystal sing Jay Leno a tribute fitting the span of his career.
Vanity Fair reveals a sensational letter written by Wendi Deng Murdoch on her infatuation with Tony Blair. We don’t know how much we would agree with Wendi about Tony Blair’s good looks, but hey, he’s a belter compared to her ex-husband Rupert Murdoch.
That’s right, kiddo. Cape Town has a glut of new free wifi zones, and you probably don’t even know where they are. But you will in three minutes and 10 seconds. Catch Tech Report every Thursday evening at 21h30 on eNCA Africa DSTV channel 403. Check out their YouTube channel, here. Follow them on Twitter, here. Like them [...]
A skills audit report done by PricewaterhouseCoopers may have SABC executives and staff member’s looking for new jobs. But after the report showed that “60% of executive and senior managers do not meet the minimum required level of strategic thinking skills for executives,” they may as well start applying at McDonalds.
Even a tight-lip confidentiality agreement couldn’t stop cast and crew from Neill Blomkamp’s new film, from telling City Press how much of an asshole Ninja from Die Antwoord was on set. Anonymous sources explain how Ninja made life on set hell, during the shoot of ‘Chappie’, filmed in Joburg.
In a very obvious PR stunt, two British spies supervised three employees of The Guardian, as they used angle grinders and a drill to destroy three laptops containing the files leaked to the news organization by Edward Snowden. Deputy editor for The Guardian Paul Johnson expressly told the government that the paper had numerous files overseas, and the destruction of these computers was pointless:
In case you were wondering how easy it is to heist a fast food joint, now you know. The 25-year-old male suspect allegedly asked for two cheeseburgers, pulled a toy gun on the unsuspecting cashier and made off with the contents of the till in his getaway car… sorry bicycle. He peddled away with R3,320 in cash, but left the cheeseburgers behind.
Go ahead and give the #forsale hashtag on Instagram a little look-see quickly. What did you see? Thousands upon thousands of items for sale, right? Correct. Which is why Hashbag exists. No, that isn’t something to keep your weed in – it’s aggregated online thrift shopping, via Instagram. And it’s great.
Yes, that is correct. Owing to the intense public interest in the murder trial of track star turned murder-accused, Oscar Pistorius, DSTV will run a 24-hour looping channel on their bouquet, dedicated to coverage of the subject. And yissie, are people are catching feelings over it. No! Just NO RT@officialtvsa: A dedicated Oscar Pistorius trial [...]
Chess pieces are on the move on the political front as it was announced on Tuesday that Agang leader Mamphela Ramphele will be joining forces with the DA. The Daily Maverick gets into the finer details of this political play before the forthcoming general elections.
This is a bold move from HBO. They’ve uploaded the first two episodes of ‘Girls’ season three on YouTube – where you can watch them right now, for free.
It’s nearly that time again. The ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 4 trailer debuted on HBO yesterday, and it got plenty of attention as fans the world over eagerly await the next instalment of the mammoth series.
The LG G2 has arrived in South Africa just in time for Christmas. But how does it compare to the competition already on the market? Check out the review.
The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) have spent the last 10 years building new airports across the country that cost a lot of money, which are being paid for in the form of airport taxes.
Is your blog a fail? Are your only hits from your mom and dad? Fail no more – here’s an infographic.
Henry Rollins… where to start? This guy has been around the block, starting out as vocalist for Black Flag in the early 80’s, and promiscuously hopping between all sorts of occupations, bringing his intense gaze along for the ride. In no particular order Rollins has fulfilled the rolls of a journalist, activist and even a [...]
According to the managing editor, deciding on Time’s person of the year is “not about how good or bad someone has been but how much of a difference they’ve made.” So who has followed in the footsteps of Joseph Stalin, Mark Zuckerberg, and last year’s winner – Barack Obama?
On the final instalment of M&G Newsroom for 2013, Mandela family spokesperson General Themba Matanzima tells us about Madiba the family man, and how he sacrificed a domestic life for the benefit of first his people, and then the world.
To the ignorant, sign language is just a continuation of funky hand movements. Unfortunately, it seems that “most of us” includes the interpreter at Mandela’s memorial service yesterday. Australian news agency, Special Broadcasting Services, released a report accusing accusing the interpreter of being unfit for the job. A board member of the World Federation of Deaf [...]
What you didn’t know when you were watching Breaking Bad was that Walter White actually exists. And for 10 years, his was the best meth you could buy in the state of Alabama. Check out this radical 17 minute documentary over your lunch break. And relax, there aren’t any spoilers. [Source : YouTube]
The editorial staff over at The Cape Times are becoming increasingly worried that their editorial independence is under threat. It all started when Cape Times editor, Alide Dasnois, was fired unexpectedly by the paper’s new owners, Sekunjalo Independent Media.
Cosatu seems confident that civil disobedience will prevent the success of e-tolling, while the DA remains firm on its stance, that it can stop the system if elected into government. We talk to M&G associate editor Phillip De Wet about the likelihood of these campaigns succeeding, and whether Johannesburg motorists should purchase e-tags.
Chinese Company Tencent is bigger than YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter combined, with a market capitalization of $57 billion. It is also the company that makes billions of rands each year for Naspers and Koos Bekker.
The Democratic Alliance held its first policy conference over the weekend, and decided that race was a “legitimate proxy” for redressing apartheid legacy. We speak to the opposition party’s deputy federal chairperson Makashule Gana about its views on race in South Africa and redress policies.