YouTube Stars – The New Reality Sensation

by Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Network operator, Cell C, began a reality TV show competition, Break The Net, which is searching for the next big South African YouTuber. The winner will walk away with R250 000 in prize money and a trip to LA worth R50 000. Since the 23rd October 2016, and every Sunday night until 4th ...

#BreakTheNet YouTube x Cell C Style

by Thursday, October 27, 2016

We are big fans of YouTube. It has become the new Google for all your visual answers, from how to beat your face to the gods, to how to make a ten minute meal for your monthly Sunday lunch with mates. YouTube is plug with all the answers. So, naturally we ...

Navigating the Trials of UMakoti

by Monday, August 22, 2016

I’ve become a fan of Isibaya, the kind of fan that tries to watch it even when it goes through its narrative lulls. But, being a young woman on the paper chase (both academically and financially) doesn’t leave me with much time to watch it. When I do, I am glad ...

Our #MBFWJ16 Runway Faves

by Monday, August 22, 2016

Last week from 10-13 August was that time of the year again, the country's most prestige fashion events, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Johannesburg #MBFWJ16 was upon us at Sandton City's Nelson Mandela Square. #MBFWJ16, The four-day event, in collaboration with African Fashion International (AFI), is where South Africa's and the rest of Africa's ...

Mr Price SS/16 – The Next Wave Review

by Sunday, August 14, 2016

I have been a long-standing fan of Mr Price clothing - not only are their clothes extremely affordable, fair quality but they're also on trend (up to date). I was beyond excited when we scored ourselves an exclusive invite to go to Cape Town for the day and preview their new Spring/Summer ...

A Black Native @ Oppikoppi Festival

by Thursday, August 4, 2016

Before the Festival... Perhaps it's the adventurer in me or FOMO that always has me trying out all sorts of things at least once.View post

A Girl with a Sound – Buhle Ngaba

by Thursday, June 16, 2016

In a society that often tells us Black Womxn how we should be, it is refreshing seeing fellow Melenial Sistas defying these notions. Nigerian author Chimamande Ngozie once said, "To choose to write is to reject silence" and that is exactly what Buhle Ngaba did. So who exactly is Buhle Ngaba one ...

Nadine Zulu on Building a Career in Retail

by Thursday, June 16, 2016

How and why did you get in to the retail space? I was in Cape Town and walked into a ForEver New store. I fell in love with their product and decided once I got back to Johannesburg that I wanted to work for one of their stores. I called their ...

Meet Own It Intimate Wear’s Young Mastermind

by Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Melenial is all about celebrating our fellow Black sistas doing it for themselves. Nothing more powerful and inspiring than a womxn making waves in her own right. Simbongile recently introduced me to a fellow sista paving her fashion path. After seeing her business Own It Intimate Wear on the gram, ...

An Ode to Yeoville’s Rich Style

by Wednesday, June 15, 2016

On Africa Day, 2016, the South African filmmaker Zandile Tisani released a short film to celebrate. And what better back drop is there than Yeoville, the pan-African cultural melting pot? At first, white flight – you know, that thing white people do when a neighbourhood begins feeling a little too ...

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