Following the departure of DJ Fresh from 5FM this month the radio station has unveiled its new line-up starting on 1 May.
Roger Goode and his team will be taking over the breakfast drive from 06:00 – 09:00. His team includes Sureshnie Rider on news, Ms Cosmo on traffic and Robbie Kruse on sport.

Thando Thabethe and Durban-born Msizi James will get the afternoon drive spot from 15:00 – 18:00. James is the newest member to the station after leaving East Coast Radio where he hosted


Former ‘SoccerZone” presenter Minnie Dlamini and “Mzansi Footballers” host Lungile Radu are teaming up for a new lifestyle entertainment TV show with a dose of sports.

The duo will host new show Homeground from 1 May, which will be simulcast on both Mzansi Magic and SuperSport.

The show will give viewers sports news, trivia, celebrity interviews, and social media, with a touch of lifestyle.

After her


You would think leaving Ambitiouz Entertainment would hinder her hustle but it hasn't

Fifi Cooper, who has since launched her own record company called Mo'Cooper Records after leaving Ambitiouz Records has announced that she will now be hosting her own Hip Hop dance show.

The show, titled, Break The Beat will be introducing viewers to a number of Hip Hop crews from around the country as they compete against each other.


Tito Mboweni’ is still making waves on social media and it’s still the talk of the town.

After an exclusive release on iTunes, the song went straight to no.1 spot on iTunes charts. Now Tito Mboweni Is Officially The Biggest Single In Africa According To African Hits. African Hits has officially crowned Cassper’s “Tito Mboweni” single as the No. 1 song in Africa.

Cassper is gearing up for the official debut of


Most families have at least one talented or successful member

Some strike the genetic lottery and are filled with parents, children and siblings destined for fame and all its perks.

Here are the families who give truth to the saying “talent runs in the family”.

Mary Twala & Somizi

Famous families

Mary Twala & Somizi Mhlongo are South African entertainment royalty, they have been entertaining the masses for decades.

Refiloe, Bontle &


Rapper Nasty C walked away with six nominations at this year's SA Music Awards to be held in Sun City next month.
The Hell Naw hitmaker bagged nominations in the Best Newcomer of the Year, Best Male Artist of the Year, Best Album of the Year, Best Music Video of the Year and Best Rap Album categories. Two of his videos, Don’t Do It and Good Girls, were nominated in the Best Music Video of the Year category.

Rapper Kwesta got five nominations, while former Idols star Amanda Black


Riky Rick just revealed he’s currently working on his next album but it’s going to take a while to make, which is great news for the fans because not only will you get a great album when it finally drops, Riky Rick has decided to drop some music in the meantime.

“The album is going to take a year or two to make and I don’t know if people can wait that long. We going to be dropping an EP soon of a beautiful collection of songs,” Riky revealed.


Se.xy actress Khanya Mkangisa has promised her fans they will see a side of her they have never seen before in new drama series Harvest.

Mkangisa, 29, will be playing the character of Tshepiso Ndlovu, a young trophy wife who becomes a widow.

“After her husband’s death she finds herself having to take over his business,” said Mkangisa.

“Tshepiso gets a rude awakening when she discovers that the business was illegal and that he had been lying to her all his life


The Fate of the Furious has raced to the top of the box office chart – breaking an international record in the process.

The eighth film in the action thriller franchise took an estimated $532.5m (£424.7m) globally over Easter weekend.
The figure makes it the strongest worldwide debut ever – marginally overtaking the $529m (£421.8m) taken by Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

However, the film’s US takings were down sharply on the previous movie.

Furious 7 opened with $147.2m


The African Leaders 4 Change Awards will take place in September at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton.

Last year, hip-hop superstar and humanitarian Akon was named as the recipient of the 2016 Global Good Award at the BET Awards.

In 2014, Akon co-founded Akon Lighting Africa.

Now, he’s set to make a turn at the first annual African Leaders 4 Change Awards (ALCA), which will be held in September at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, north of Johannesburg.


Actress Thuli Phongolo popularly known for her role as Namhla on Generations The Legacy is now becoming a popular club DJ according to her social Media profile.

Judging by the videos and the work she has been doing lately The Generations actress seems to be expanding her brand further than just being an actress.

Thuli has made a name for herself as actress and presenter. She is also currently the ambassador for


Glamour magazine is again honouring their choice of the most Glamourous women in all of Mzansi.

The list of 2017’s Most Glamourous is finally out and some our favourites made the cut.

“SA is full of stars who exude the style, charisma and individuality that add up to that magical quality known as glamour! Which is why we’re honouring 10 sensational women who epitomise this magical quality,” the publication said.

The list features SA faves like


On and off camera, she is a force to be reckoned with.

Alexandra township-born Tebogo Letswalo, better known as “Chichi” Letswalo, has both beauty and brains.

On and off camera, she is a force to be reckoned with.

The eldest of three siblings, Letswalo’s husky voice and rebellious but charismatic personality are her stepping stones to stardom.

After coming onto the scene as a TV presenter for The Wedding Show on SABC 3 at the age of 19, Letswalo began to feature on


SA actor and co-founder of TV and Film production house Ferguson Films, Shona Ferguson, on Tuesday took to Twitter to educate aspiring and newly discovered actors and actresses on how to handle fame.

Ferguson, one of the lead actors on the Mzansi Magic telenovella The Queen, offered aspiring actors a list of “rules”, which included always being professional as well not allowing fame to go to your head.

He further urged emerging actors to always respect the crew as well as the


On the country's 37th Independence Day, we'd like to thank Zimbabwe for these talents

Today marks the 37th anniversary of Zimbabwe's Independence, i.e.: the day the nation became free from colonial rule. Over the years, South Africa and Zimbabwe have shared quite the relationship and so have the people of both nations. As such, we have a few famous faces to thank Zimbabwe for:

1. Nadia Nakai

The rapper is of Zimbabwean descent, though she grew up in South Africa.


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