US DJ Megan Ryte dropped a beat last week, will.i.am and A$AP Ferg. All good, except for the fact that the beat was already familiar to many South Africans.
It looks like Beyoncé might have borrowed a little more than just inspiration from a local artist, although that depends on who you ask.
As if the education system wasn’t bad enough, South African parents are now contributing to the problem by “outsourcing” homework.
Kylie Jenner and her makeup line, Kylie Cosmetics, are under fire yet again for allegedly copying designs from an indie makeup company.
Wimpy South Africa has terminated its relationship with their advertising agency after just a matter of months, with McDonald’s claiming plagiarism.
The South African court has just made a ruling that sets the precedent for all online journalists in the country – let’s just hope no one takes advantage.
This dude has pretty much created a portal for the Internet’s freshest and funniest memes – the only problem is that he didn’t credit the original creator.
The controversy surrounding Gavin Rajah continues to rage whilst Rajah and Mercedes-Benz remains silent. Where are the comments from those who are surely taking a knock from these antics…
We’re going to require some reader assistance here guys so don’t be shy. Has a local musician been studying U2’s music videos a little too closely?
Fashion students at Chengdu University of Technology in China recently pumped all their creativity and innovation into a theatrical lingerie show displaying various wonderful designs, except…er, wait, scratch creativity and innovation off the list because each and every one was a Vicky’s Secret knock off! FAIL! Full gallery after the jump.
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