Zimbabwean-South African actress Sibongile Mlambo stars as a mermaid in 'Siren,' the number one new drama with young adults in the United States, according to Freeform.
The safety of actors on set should be addressed urgently, a call for for better and safer working conditions in the arts industry was sparked by the death of actor Odwa Shweni during a movie rehearsal in KwaZulu-Natal last Thursday. By Nivashi Nair
The South African city sees its share of celebs coming through to film and play. Cape Town, South Africa, may have been in the international news most recently for its water crisis, but it's far more glamorous than those storylines. by Kathryn Romeyn
Trevor Noah is headed back to South Africa for a special TV taping, the show will see Trevor paying it forward as he showcases some of South Africa's brightest up-and-coming comedy stars as they tickle the nation's funny bone in this brand new series.
The parent company of Comedy Central is launching an international production and distribution company with The Daily Show host Trevor Noah called Day Zero Productions.
Seasoned actress Kgomotso Christopher spoke to Channel24 about her 2018 Safta nomination and the contribution the annual award ceremony has made to the local entertainment industry. Kgomotso has been nominated in the Best Actress in a TV Soapie or Telenovela category.
There's a new "Black Panther" in town, but this one is not much given to serving humanity, improving racial representation or hollering "Wakanda Forever".
Amazon's dark action comedy, which hits South African cinemas in a week's time, features two of South Africa's hottest exports. Theron and Copley play a ruthless businesswoman and a mercenary in Gringo.
It's Complicated actor Motlatsi Mafatshe, who is co-producing and starring in the new South African romcom Love Lives Here, let's DRUM in on how important it is to multitask in the South African entertainment industry. by Nadim Nyker
The SABC has signed up Bongani Bingwa to replace Peter Ndoro as its new prime time news co-anchor on SABC News (DStv 404). by Thinus Ferreira
Bingwa who has been with M-Net's (DStv 101) Carte Blanche for 11 years, has finally cut ties with the current affairs show.