The people’s favourite DJ, Black Coffee celebrated his 44th birthday on Sunday the 15th of March 2020 at an upmarket venue in Johannesburg – South Africa. The “Black Coffee Luncheon” was attended by local A-listers such as Boity Thulo, Basetsana Kumalo, Babalwa Mneno, Sarah Langa, Kefilwe Mabote, to name a few. The day was celebrated in a luxurious fashion befitting the famous DJ.
The DStv Mzansi Viewers’ Choice Awards was a fashion extravaganza! The event took place on the 14th of March at the Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg – South Africa. Minnie Dlamini Jones stepped up to the plate and carried the host duties with great aplomb and elegance! Of course, the girls in the media and fashion industry showed up looking their best. Boity Thulo’s dress was the most talked about in all social media platforms.
It was a grand celebration of local talent. The performers and winners on the DStvMVCA stage represented the iconic past, exciting present, and innovative future of South African entertainment.
Ukhozi FM VJ Khathide ‘Tshathugodo’ Ngobe walked
away with the Favourite Radio Personality award as well as the biggest award of
the night – Ultimate Viewers’ Choice Award, an accolade reserved for the
nominee who earns the highest number of votes overall.
Moshe Ndiki (Favourite TV Presenter), Siyanda
Maphumulo (Favourite Comedian), Kabza De Small (Favourite Rising
Star; Favourite DJ), Warren Masemola (Favourite Actor), Sindi
Dlathu (Favourite Actress), King Monada (Favourite Music Artist/Group), Siya
Kholisi(Favourite Sports Personality) and Bonang Matheba (Favourite
Personality of the Year) rounded up the winners’ list.
The 7th edition of the Africa Viewers’ Choice Awards ( AMVCA) took place on the 14ht of March 2020 in Lagos – Nigeria.
Nigerian celebrities showed up in their numbers to grace the
much-sought-after awards show. The show was hosted by Nigeria’s very own media
personality, IK Osakioduwa and east African TV host, Amina Abdi Rabar.
Nigerian Fashion Icons, Toke Makinwa and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu hosted
the red carpet and what a parade it was! Big Brother Naija ex-housemates and
Nollywood stars were draped in elegant dresses.
Sunday the 1st of March 2020 saw the final sizzle of summer!
It was the crisp chill of champagne, live entertainment, delicious cuisine and
the culmination of the series showcased at the most exclusive polo event of the
The Veuve Clicquot Polo Series took place at Val de Vie
Estate in Cape Town and it was a fashion showstopper. Hosted by actress and
philanthropist Nomzamo Mbatha, the most sought-after polo experiences brought
together local celebs who looked their best in coordination with the theme;
Here’s a look at the celebs at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Series:
The long-awaited Queen Sono is finally here and fans are here for it! On Thursday the 27th of February, the who’s who of South Africa’s entertainment industry showed up in their spiffy outfits for the show premiere.
Queen Sono is Netflix’s first African original series and was released on the streaming platform in 190 countries. The six-part crime drama web television series was created by actor and comedian Kagiso Lediga, who directed the show along with Tebogo Malope.
The series follows the story of a South African spy who
tackles criminal operations on the continent while dealing with crises in her
personal life, including a very complex love triangle. Cast members include Pearl
Thusi who plays the lead role of Queen, Enhle Mbali, Vuyo Dabula, Abigail
Kubeka, Chi Mhende, Kate Liquorish, Khathu Ramabulana, and Sechaba
“The thing I’m really excited about is how this is
going to move the industry forward, and where it’s going to take us,” says
Producer and director, Kagiso Lediga says; “It’s all about
bringing the continent of Africa together. I’d just like to see them
represented as part of a bigger African continent. We’re always insular; we’re
such an insular nation. I just wanted to “make South Africa part of
Africa” with this show.
After the show is the after-party! While the 2020 Oscars red
carpet brought out more than a few fabulous looks, but the after party was only
the beginning to a fashionable night out.
For many Hollywood stars, their Sunday night plans included
a trip to the Vanity Fair Oscars After-Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis
Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, Calif.
While Oscar attendees are expected to attend after the
telecast airs, more than a few familiar faces decided to get a head start and
stop by the party early.