I don’t think anyone can say with confidence that they have seen this coming. Perhaps it was there at the back of our collective minds; I am talking to those of us who care about television. That there is no way, mhum let me correct my self here before I err – that there was …
23 March 2016 [Mmutle Arthur Kgokong: Good morning Banele Khoza]/[Banele Khoza: Hello Mmutle, how are you?]/[Mmutle AK: I am very well thank you, uhm welcome to Intraparadox, ehh I am glad you were able make time and see me ahead of your exhibition at the art museum which has something to do with your …
At a certain point at the headquarters of Naspers, the company that owns Multichoice, which in turn owns DStv and MWEB, the Research and Development team might have sat down and observed with a keen interest at the recent developments with regard to Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) via the web. Perhaps during their observation they might have snickered at Times Media Group’s VIDI, sneered at MTNFrontRow and casted a dismissive look at Altech’S NODE. After all they would have felt that they had responded to these platforms a long time ago without a straining their coffers.
Perhaps we should now start to think of privacy as something hovering at the edge of extinction because of jagged world we find our selves living in, a world a button touch (¡click!) away
With 'It’s Complicated' Fuzebox Production has introduced to us memorable characters behind whom a host of experienced new generation of South African actors presides
A few people who can afford good television content should know that the advent of 'Its Complicated' on Mzansi Magic signals two key moments in the life span of this interesting television channel. The channel, launched on 12 July 2010, has just turned five and it is going HD. Having said that, it is a sure thing that during tomorrow's prime time wars zone the scales will be tipped too many reasons in Mzansi Magic HD favor.
Sugar & Spice attempts to tackle the vulnerability of young girls at the hands of grown up men who uses them for their ego boosting, unfortunately in a span of about sixty minutes the film fails to tighten up its narration at a crucial moment in the narrative discourse – and its closure feels hurried. And that, only that, with regard to Sugar & Spice undo the rather relevant theme the work erects and runs the work into failure to impress the discerning viewer. It sustains an ‘ok’ three dEF'Points out of five.