Grethe Koen has an Honours degree in political science and worked at an organisation for prisoners’ human rights before joining the Mail & Guardian online team as a sub-editor. When she’s not replacing commas with full-stops and taking out pesky html coding she likes writing about music, gender issues and whatever is trending on Twitter.
"ArtPop" is an energetic mix of disco, darkwave, R&B and cheese, and while there are some sure-fire hits, the misses are far, far off the mark.
Cyril Ramaphosa's comment about the "boers" coming back into power is pure politicking, continuing a legacy of fear-mongering, writes Grethe Koen.
The DA is battling with ideological confusion within the party in the fallout over its voting for the Employment Equity Act Amendment Bill.
Miley Cyrus has been hell-bent on getting her new record 'Bangerz' to the top, and we have to give it to her - it's not half bad.
A decade later, Skin of Skunk Anansie is still something of an anomaly as a black female lead singer of a successful punk band.
A man who claimed to be a bouncer at Stones in Fourways, Johannesburg, posted a video on his Facebook account in which he assaults three patrons.
Zim President Robert Mugabe's fiery condemnation of the West during the 68th UN general assembly resulted in the US delegation leaving in disgust.
Twitter has been ablaze with claims that a hyena has been spotted in the Delta Park-Blairgowrie region of Johannesburg.
Since her debut single 'Just Dance', Lady Gaga has had a clear video aesthetic – one that has only grown and culminated in her latest release.
Popular Afrikaans zef rapper Jack Parow's Oppikoppi performance has been postponed after he was allegedly detained for disturbing the peace.