Artist without hands welcomes opening of beaches

Zithulele Dlamini is known around Durban’s busy places, especially beaches, for creating and selling his artwork.


Philip Mnunu, known as Bra Fix, has been the talk of Zwide Township in Port Elizabeth since the 1980s.

This xibelani will knock you out but it will also set you back

Rich Mnisi shocked many when he revealed his latest collection, called Hiya kaya, which is Tsonga for Going home - and the woolen xibelani is marked for R59,999.

Bye-bye Isibaya

Isibaya actor Nkanyiso Mzimela told Scrolla.Africa the final day of shooting for Isibaya was a bitter day for him.

Kelvin Momo: The Soulful King rising to the top with his queen

Kelvin Momo, the self-proclaimed Soulful King, is fast becoming Amapiano royalty.


South Africans, the vaccine is here. Let’s get the jab!

Intaba Yase Dubai

One thing most South Africans are going to remember about the year 2020 besides Covid-19 is the chorus of Big Zulu’s song ‘Imali Eningi’ which was sung by KZN’s very own Intaba Yase Dubai.

Great weather for Pandas

A massive storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on Washington slowed the city down and brought traffic to a standstill - but it was great news for kids and giant panda bears.

Oscar Mbo – defying a clubless world

Oscar Mbongeni Ndlovu, better known as Oscar Mbo, is a veteran of the deep house sub genre. The 33-year-old DJ has been producing mixes for well over a decade, but 2021 looks set to be his breakthrough year.

High School dropout Lucas raps his way to success

Many would-be rappers would like to ditch school and become hip hop stars instead - but at 17 LucasRaps has already arrived.

A borrowed guitar changed Mduduzi’s life

Mduduzi Ncube agreed with his mother that he should be a doctor, but then a guitar changed his mind and changed the course of his life.

Compassion in song

With his Afro pop-house hit single, Hamba Kahle, Mbongeni “Moh” Mavuso gives comfort to those who have lost loved ones to Covid-19.

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