Category Archives: South African Women

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

A book of biographies of one hundred inspirational women beautifully illustrated bye sixty different artists from around the world, three of the illustrations by two South African artists. The writers and artists are all women.  The work is meant to … Continue reading

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The Hostess (Television – SABC3)

The Hostess is a brand new 13 episode cooking and lifestyle reality series for food and entertainment connoisseurs alike. This show, presented by Lorna Maseko and produced by Greyscale Productions, is a deliciously decadent celebration of dining and creative entertaining … Continue reading

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Driving In Heels (Television – SABC3)

Driving in Heels is a weekly 24-minute motoring show on SABC 3 exploring the chronicles of South African drivers…the good, the bad, the ugly and the funny. The first season debuts on Tuesday 4th April 2017 at 21:00. Viewers and … Continue reading

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Judges for Miss South Africa Pageant 2017

  The judging panel for the Miss South Africa Pageant 2017 has been announced with the appointment of Maps Maponyane, Unathi Msengana, Cameron van der Burgh, Bridget Masinga, Gisele Wertheim Aymes, Ezra Davids and former Miss South Africa Claudia Henkel. … Continue reading

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One more tribute to Judith Mason

I am not an art fundi.  I went to see the Judith Mason exhibition at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg a few years back and I was introduced to her work from there. I visited the Constitutional Court works … Continue reading

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Women of the World, Kass Naidoo

The gorgeous voice of the female cricket commentator on @SABC3 belongs to Kass Naidoo (@KassNaidoo).  In 2003 she shot to prominence as South Africa’s first woman commenting on the sport. The voice is housed in an equally attractive body, but … Continue reading

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If we dig – delving into Jozi’s history

Luli Callinicos.  Born in Johannesburg East Ramd of Greek parents, she is a historian, teacher, writer and social activist.  So she, together with Fiona Ramsay, who portrays her, and her  characters, on stage, write a play about digging into historical … Continue reading

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