When you thought you have seen it all until Matewu comes through driving a self-made convertible bakkie!
The usually sluggish mining town of Burgersfort will be abuzz with gospel music lovers from various parts of South Africa.
Yanga and Thato, who Mzansi chose as their finalists for Season 14, also debuted their first-ever singles last night.
The recycling of artists in some chilling spots is becoming a norm and it is rather boring. What seems to be the problem? Financial implications or just plain disrespect to revellers?
It’s three times the fun as the Idols contestants give you a medley of performances this Sunday.
If you haven’t seen people dancing and then falling on the ground, then you surely must be living under a rock!
The classy Coyotes Lounge presents “The Return Night Out with Zodwa Wabantu”, popularly known for her sultry dance moves and mesmerising crowds with her daring outfits.
For Mzansi’s favourite blouse-wearer, King B, it was a case of so close yet so far when he missed out on a Top 3 spot and a trip to Dubai.
It came down to Niyaaz and King B to complete the Top Four and Mzansi voted to keep the teen from Kagiso for another week, saying goodbye to Cape Town’s Niyaaz.
She’s been criticised on social media numerous times for her dress sense, but that does not take away her sultry and velvety voice or the fact that she will perform live at Emnotweni Arena next Friday.
This week’s guest judge is Dr Mathew Knowles who has developed some of the greatest stars including his daughters, Beyoncé and Solange, Chaka Khan and more.