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From the Screen Actors Guild Awards winners to South Africa's newest singing TV show, we round up the news that had us talking this week.

Entertainment News: Idols SA sets a new record

From South African shows competing at the Emmys to the SA Style awards 2015, we round-up entertainment news that had us talking.

Fox cancels ‘American Idol’ amid steady ratings decline

The reality competition show once regularly pulled in more than 30m viewers an episode but struggled to crack 10m in its most recent season.

Up, close and personal with Idols SA winner Musa Sukwene

The M&G's Rhodé Marshall gives you a small glimpse into "Idols" 2013 winner Musa Sukwene's thoughts.

Musa Sukwene is SA’s 2013 ‘Idol’

Mpumalanga's Musa Sukwene has emerged as South Africa's new "Idol" after a finale that saw him win by the skin of his teeth against Brenden Ledwaba.

Khaya Mthethwa: Idol as good as his word

Gospel-style singer and "Idols" winner ?Khaya Mthethwa is working on his next ?album and planning a national tour.

Gaza refugee tipped to win ‘Arab Idol’

Singer Mohammed Assaf has had messages of support from Palestine's president, despite being arrested more than 20 times by Hamas for his singing.

Idols South Africa crowns first black winner

For eight seasons Idols has provided smash hits, screaming fans and unease about a racially divided society - but now SA has its first black winner.

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