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From First Shot to big shots

Jameson First Shot is back for 2013 and ready to discover talented film writers and directors from South Africa, Russia and the US.

Googling it: SA’s trending Google searches for 2012

Riaan Cruywagen, Hurricane Sandy and the iPad 3. We list the trending topics of this year's South African Google searches.

Psy’s ‘Gangnam style’ video to hit one-billion views

Korean-born Psy's popular "Gangnam style" video is set to break a record with one-billion views on Youtube.

Khuli Chana: Mother tongue lyricism

Khuli Chana's timeless sound makes his latest album one of the most enjoyable this festive season and beyond.

Chris Brown: Not for children

Chris Brown's South African tour passed with little fuss, with many willing to ignore his bad reputation. Neo Leeuw was in the audience.

Lira to perform at Obama’s inaugural ball

Messages of congratulations have been pouring in after news broke that Lira will be performing at the US president's inaugural ball.

Redi’s memoirs of innocence and menace

In her first book, Redi Tlhabi takes a journey through a hidden love in her childhood that opened her up to a world of secrets, violence and pain.

The Soil: Kasi soul takes root

The a capella trio, The Soil's self-titled debut album is taking their message to a wider audience.

Teargas: Taking a chance

Teargas combine hip-hop and Afropop with lyrics that raise awareness about society's ill and the issues facing South Africa's youth.

African prints dominate Fashion Week

Despite the late start to some of the shows, the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week still managed to live up to all the hype. Neo Leeuw reports.

DA reports Malema feeding scheme scandal to public protector

The DA has laid a complaint against Limpopo's education minister and his department over the R40-million school feeding scheme tender.

Fresh take on an old style

Gavin Rajah talks about fashion week and why it is essential for designers to go out on a limb.

SA Fashion Week: Where worlds collide

The final day of SA Fashion Week saw a combination of bright colours, artistic designs, classic pieces and a superfluous amount of leather.

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