‘Blurred Lines’ hit-maker Robin Thicke is heading to South Africa to perform at the 2016 South African of the Year (SATY) Awards, set to take place at the Ticketpro Dome on 22 November.

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Moviegoers could soon witness the end of Johannesburg as we know it in a new disaster film entitled ‘Johannesburg’, set to be released in mid-2017. The film is being directed by SAFTA-nominated Kalumbu Kapisa, and tells the story of the city being eradicated by a series of devastating earthquakes.

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Alexandra’s celebrated deejaying wonder kid, DJ Arch Junior wowed guests and VIPs at the 10th South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas) with his rare skills on the decks. The three year old, whose real name is Oratilwe Madumo, was accompanied by his parents and was one of the entertainers at the awards held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand.

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There is plenty to do in Joburg and surrounds – from seeing theatre, to exploring the abundance of heritage museums, and even going on a safari in one of the national parks in close range. But what about the weird but wonderful tidbits of adventure that not many know are right within their reach?

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South African writer, Lidudumalingani, is this year’s winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing for his short story, “Memories We Lost”, published in Incredible Journey: Stories That Move You (Burnet Media, South Africa, 2015).

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Johannesburg-based artist Nolan Oswald Dennis has been announced as the 2016 winner of the coveted FNB Art Prize. His R100,000 win was announced by the FNB Art Fair on Thursday afternoon.

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Conquer your to-do list while on the go – these 5 cafes and restaurants in the Johannesburg area offer customers free access to WiFi for an unlimited time. And while you’re at it, why not grab a lunch or coffee?

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Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau unveiled the new Bruma Lake, which has now been converted to a park – the result of the rehabilitation project that started in 2014.

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The quick reference guide to the best dance shows in Joburg

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For the first time in history, the MTV African Music Awards is set to be hosted in Johannesburg. The ceremony will take place at the Northgate Ticketpro Dome on 22 October 2016, and will feature some of the biggest artists from the continent.

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