Eight movies. Ten days of roaring engines and screeching tires. Continue reading The M-Net Movies Fast & Furious Pop-Up Channel Drifts Back to DStv Ahead Of Fast and Furious 9 Release
‘Baby Drama’ revolves around the lives of five women who deal with the reality of how a baby or – lack of one – will affect their lives. Continue reading Baby Drama On Africa Magic
Ranging from the highly anticipated newcomers to the returning favourites, here’s what to look forward to at 22:30 on Monday, 12 April, through Friday, 16 April. Continue reading ‘The Flight Attendant’, ‘Your Honor ‘ & More Join M-Net’s 22:30 Weekday Slot
It’s a long way to the top in the world of K-pop, but here are some of the successful superstars you can get to know on DStv’s new tvN channel. Continue reading Get to know your K-pop superstars!
March is packed with great new-to-GOtv entertainment that will keep you glued to the screen. Continue reading 5 Must-Watch Shows On GOtv This March
Showmax has secured a stellar programming line-up for February. Continue reading Watch ‘The Stand’, ‘Utopia Falls’ & ‘The Bay’ With Showmax Add To Bill
The channel will be available in South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, Angola, Mozambique, Tanzania, DRC and Cameroon. Continue reading DStv Launches First Original Pan-African Lifestyle Channel, HONEY
The thrilling pop-up channel on DStv channel 111 will not only be open to DStv Premium customers but also DStv Compact Plus and Compact customers for the first time, starting from Friday, 22 January 2021, until Sunday, 31 January 2021. Continue reading M-Net Movies Presents 007 James Bond Pop-up Channel
After a rigorous adjudication process, 26 projects and 6 film critics from 19 countries across the continent made the final cut with 6 fiction features, 3 TV/web series, 3 animations, 6 documentaries, 6 fiction shorts films, and 6 film critics have been selected. Continue reading Talents Durban 2020 Participants Announced
If ‘Die Stoep’ is anything to go by, things can only get better for Sasha in the theatre fraternity. Continue reading Theatre Review- ‘Die Stoep’
Why are Namibian artists, educators and cultural workers kept in the dark about the status arts and culture policy in the making? Continue reading Where is the Arts & Culture Policy?