The Ferguson’s The Gift delivers an interesting 4dEF’Points out of Five: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ /¶… Read More dEF’Rating: The Gift
There is a scene in the last episode of the season finale of Rockville S3, Episode 13 (Ferguson Films), Lindi (Mbali Mlotshwa) and Gladys (Brenda Ngxoli) are at the Clinic for Lindi’s abortion. Brenda Ngxoli gives a powerful performance as she lets her skeletons out that she aborted a baby during her teens and as… Read More Brenda Ngxoli
In the ‘Soapie Universe’ jiti ke gore we are yet to come across a female character who does not have to be devious to get our attention. So le wete le, Masasa Mbangeni (Thembeka Shezi on Scandal!), does a good job of making sure she does not live up to her name; she won… Read More Masasa Mbangeni
Some characters, though intended to be flat, defy that role and seep towards the un-dismissible troupe. Die bra, Andile Sithole (Ndumiso on Scandal!) wins best supporting actor at the Royal Soapie Awards this past Saturday. 5dEF’Points out of 5. 30 March © mmutle arthur kgokong
An emotional tour de force, Lucky (2012) shines a torch within our darkened hearts to deliver a hard wake up snot klap. … Read More dEF’Rating: Lucky
And then something happened in telly land. The-modern-fire-place-story-teller yielded to the burgeoning blackoisie; ag man I meant bourgeoisie, Mzanzi Magic (DStv Channel 161) was launched and many moons later Isibaya appeared, initially as a tellenovella; and, mfana sonny, The Bomb Shelter now challenged our fears by interrogating the Zombie phenomenon. Without warning, all the ingredients that are rolled together with human cruelty when someone is turned into a zombie were shoved into our faces at prime time in the soap dish war zone and we had to endure seeing a character beloved by all turned into a monster. … Read More Ayeye, O grand Joe?
Ingoma, besides its oozing with pure talent – it is brave, believable and surprisingly witty in its take on the music industry’s darker side. Its gets 5dEF Points out of five: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦… Read More Film Review: Ingoma
The Forgotten Kingdom – thoughtful and provocative …(5dEF’points)