Rhodé Marshall is the Mail & Guardian's arts, culture and entertainment content producer. She started as a radio reporter and producer in Cape Town, before jumping into online news. When there is chaos, she is the responsible, cool and calm one. With one hand glued to her phone and the other to a can of Coca-Cola, she is a pop culture junkie. And don't you dare write her name without the accent on the e, she will make sure that you know how to do it on every device. Visit her blog: rhodemarshall.co.za
MMSV Productions, the producers of South Africa's most popular soap opera, Generations, has terminated the contracts of the show's cast members.
The introduction of the Zondile family has brought some spark back to Isidingo. The M&G caught up with Noluthando Meje, who plays Zukisa Zondile.
Despite tweets about MTV Africa Music awards host Marlon Wayans's supposedly offensive jokes, the US star was a great host, writes RhodÃ© Marshall.
Incognito's done what few in the music industry could do over three decades: stay relevant. We chat to them ahead of the Delicious festival.
Musicians Jonas Gwangwa, Roy Hargrove, Christian Scott and more are set to perform at this year's Joy of Jazz at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Much like previous years, the South African Music awards - SA's longest-running annual music event - just hasn't been able to get it right.
Growing up in the Pentecostal church meant being shrouded in marvel, writes RhodÃ© Marshall.
Enter to win a set of double tickets to the Johannesburg, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth to see Tamia's new album tour, "Beautiful Surprise".
Singer and songwriter Pharrell Williams has ended up in tears after Oprah Winfrey showed him how his hit became a worldwide phenomenon.
Sebokeng spaza-shop owner Mandla Hlatshwayo has walked away from his 63-day stay in the Big Brother house with the grand prize of R1-million.