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Bono’s charity admits to ‘toxic’ bullying at South Africa office

​The ONE Campaign―the anti-corruption charity fronted by U2 lead singer Bono― is embroiled in a major bullying scandal

#CulturePop: This our year of users and abusers

False prophets and profiting off the pain of others are among the things trending, observes Kuntha Ndimande.

#CulturePop: A weekend of taking losses — Nzimande, Mandoza, Brangelina and AKA

Fees didn’t fall, the kwaito star did, the star couple are heading that way, and the rapper suggested it.

Brad Pitt remains unscathed but Angelina is the temptress who stole him but is that the whole truth?

Directing anger at the other woman, the siren, suggests men can’t act of their own volition

#Brangelina has come apart: Here is a pre-BrexPitt timeline of the couple’s public relationship

The A-list Hollywood pair were famous for their highly successful movies and their activism.

Globe-trotting humanitarian Angelina Jolie files for divorce from actor husband Brad Pitt

The actress's attorney said in a statement that 'the decision was made for the health of the family'.

Celebrities’ privacy: Whose wedding is it anyway?

If Brangelina can lock the media out of certain aspects of their life, why's it so hard for other celebrities to do the same, asks Katlego Mkhwanazi.

Baftas: ‘Gravity’ claims biggest trophy haul

While "12 Years a Slave" won Best Film at the Baftas, it was space thriller "Gravity" that walked away with the most trophies for the night.

Fana Mokoena: Hitting the big time with Pitt

Fana Mokoena, who stars in "World War Z" with Brad Pitt, talks about zombies and proving himself on the first day of the big shoot.

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