EarVasion – SAKHILE MOLESHE: The Final Call

Here is an album that challenges monotonous convention while proving that an album does not have to be one thing; it can be many things held together by artistic innovation and creativity.… Read More EarVasion – SAKHILE MOLESHE: The Final Call

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Itshitshi

Itshitshi is a brave interrogation of muti killings in our society. Above all else it is also a reflection on the nature of greed prevalent in us with regards to being successful as a people at any cost, let alone running businesses. It is an exquisitely made film with a balanced palette for its production design that does justice to the script it rests on. Nhlakanipho Mapumulo will win your heart as an animatedly soft empathetic Njomane and both Dawn Thandeka King and Nomsa Bthelezi respectively hold their positions as great talent this country has ever ushered to our screens. Yes you guessed it right I loved this film… Read More Itshitshi

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The Imposter

The Imposter is an interesting proposal and risky too if one keeps in mind what the contemporary television viewer is bombarded with these days. The screen and its multitudes of channel feeds is awashed by prison break dramas and prison soap operas or soap operas that goes into a rogue mode when a principal character goes to prison and the audiences loyalty is split between the old saying ‘crime does not pay’ and the empathy solicited on behalf of the incarcerated character; to be set free… Read More The Imposter

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EarVasion – TLALE MAKHENE: Swazigold

Swazigold, reflected in title track A Song For Khethiwe, sees Makhene extending the vision we witnessed in The Ascension Of The Enlightened. It is a challenging experience to those with specific musical expectations. But what is remarkable about this it is the space that each musician receives in the invitation that Makhene has extended to the musicians featured here. … Read More EarVasion – TLALE MAKHENE: Swazigold

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Film Review: The Ring

The Ring attempts to be funny while it deals with the overcooked classic tale of love. Is there anything to say in this theme? Not really, except for the reshuffle of the sign system and point of view vis-à-vis perspective. Despite a few strong points here and there this film has its moments but offers us nothing new. It whispers to us a feather light 2deF’Points out of Five: ♦ ♦ /¶… Read More Film Review: The Ring

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