• Baffling responses to column on strip clubs0

    Anyway, during that visit, I met a group of young Indian guys who asked me to write a column about the fact that Indian men also frequent strip clubs. The aftermath of that column was baffling. I had men writing in saying I had destroyed their marriages and women, on the other hand, were thanking

  • I won’t go blackface now. It’s just racist: Leon Schuster

    I won’t go blackface now. It’s just racist: Leon Schuster0

    But while South Africans rush to watch every Schuster film, he stays away from the cinema. “I never go and watch any of my movies once they are released. You won’t find one movie of mine on my shelf. I’ve seen it, I’ve done it; I’ve worked my gat off, so why am I going

  • Terrorist is out to kill me, says businessman0

    The allegation is contained in Gonaseelan Barlow Govender’s Durban High Court application to prevent Raneshni Rene Moodley from breaching his right to privacy or disclosing confidential information relating to his business and personal life “to any other person who has no legitimate interest”. Govender was granted a temporary interdict until March 30 to allow Moodley

  • Mom’s inspiration helped shape Strini Pillai’s career0

    What has it been like to work as a cast member of 7de Laan? The show operates under a meticulous system, unlike Generations and Scandal!, as 7de Laan has a different approach to the genre which sees us working more closely with the director, almost like a theatre production. All in all, it’s been great

  • Fear for fate of Durban landmarks as lease ends

    Fear for fate of Durban landmarks as lease ends0

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  • The 100 greatest South African songs

    The 100 greatest South African songs0

    The LS team got thinking about South Africa’s greatest songs of the past 50 years. We compiled a list of 100, and profiled some immortal tunes… Blues for a hip king: Abdullah Ibrahim (1975) This hypnotic masterpiece capped off a three-year hot streak for the “brother with perfect timing”. No flashiness here – only meditation.