To some, she is a witchcraft-loving pied piper that will lead children to the devil, as well as a trans-hating sexist to boot.
Besides passionately advocating to keep impossible beauty standards alive (unless you have a heap of money), Kim also likes to advocate for criminal justice reform.
The fact that Meghan Markle called the residence she stayed in a “housing unit” seems to have rubbed a lot of South Africans the wrong way.
Tony Fadell, the guy who invented the iPod and helped invent the iPhone, spoke about his late CEO friend’s holiday work ethic.
More than 270 scientists, doctors, and healthcare professionals from across the world have called Joe Rogan “extraordinarily dangerous”.
There are some riveting podcasts out there about the rich and famous, including a con artist, the secrets behind Victoria’s Secret, and the demise of one of America’s wealthiest families.
One might say that we are living in the golden era of true-crime storytelling, with podcasts often leading the charge.
If you’re looking for something to listen to while you tackle the mundane tasks of the day, you can’t go wrong with a couple of gripping podcasts.
There is so much misinformation doing the rounds these days that it’s sometimes difficult to separate fact from fiction, if you don’t know what to look out for.
The events of one 2016 evening would come to haunt the farming town of Parys, dividing it along racial lines and tearing a community apart.
If you want to brush up on your history without boring yourself to tears, there are podcasts out there that are as informative as they are entertaining.
In 1980s Los Angeles, a group of prep school boys came together to make investments together, get rich quick, and live large. Then things took a darker twist.
If you’ve been thinking about starting your own podcast, here’s what you need to get the ball rolling.
The ‘Foundering’ podcast looks at how WeWork went from one of the most highly valued start-ups of all time, to barely hanging on.
Sofia Franklyn and Alexandra Cooper host the very popular podcast, but now they’re feuding with each other, a streaming platform, the New York Post, and just about everyone else.
TED Talks are a great way to pass the time and learn something. The six you’ll find here deal with loneliness, creativity, and crisis – perfect for these trying times.
On the podcast ‘Think Outside The Classroom’, Harvard Professor Robert Lue weighs in on education and COVID-19.
Joe Rogan recently used his podcast, ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’, as a way to get to know COVID-19 better.
Convert your phone from the thing that keeps you awake to the thing that puts you to sleep with these five podcasts that may help your insomnia.
Giovanna Fletcher managed to land quite a coveted guest on her most recent podcast – none other than Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
It seems like everyone has a podcast these days, and while some of them are vanity projects, others are brilliant and deserving of your attention.
In light of her father’s scandalous involvement with Jeffrey Epstein, Princess Eugenie has decided to delay the launch of her podcast.
If you love podcasts that tell a good story while scaring the hell out of you, then you’ll love ‘Unwell’.
Elon Musk is really going off the rails. In an interview with Joe Rogan, which lasted over two hours, he got stoned and spoke about how hard it is being Elon.
Raw, uncensored and uncut. And with Gareth Cliff at the helm, you can pretty much imagine the content. With albeit way more freedom of speech than what was ever allowed on his previous mainstream-media broadcasting platform.
So most of you have been glued to your screens every evening watching MNET’s MasterChef Australia. And more than a handful of you have probably been watching MasterChef Australia to drool at the pectoral glory of contestant number 16, Mr.Daniel Churchill.
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.
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.
Julius Malema 10-day trial starts in the Polokwane Magistrates’ Court, where he is facing charges of money laundering and racketeering related to the alleged irregular awarding of a R52 million tender to On-Point Engineers, partly owned by Malema’s Ratanang Family Trust. M&G reporter Phillip de Wet reportr from the court case in Polokwane and gives […]
Sanef deputy chairperson, and editor of the Star newspaper, Makhudu Sefara speaks with Mmanaledi Mataboge about the police’s threat of legal action over intercepted calls involving police commissioner Riah Phiyega. This comes shortly after the Independent Police Investigative Directorate confirmed that it is to probe claims of defeating the ends of justice against Phiyega.