Saturday Will Never Be The Same Again

Flying Fish is brewing out the serious and brewing in the play to launch their all new limited edition 18 pack which gives consumers the opportunity to add even more flavour to Saturdays with their friends. The #SaveMySaturday campaign officially launched on Saturday 24th March at Seventy Juta in the heart of Braamfontein, the cultural hub…

SZA: “God didn’t give me the Grammys because he knows I would have quit”

The singer discussed losing five Grammy nominations and her second album with Flaunt. SZA walked away empty-handed from the 2018 Grammy Awards, despite receiving five nominations, including Best New Artist. In an interview with Flaunt, the Ctrl singer discussed coming to terms with the snubs. “God didn’t give me the Grammys, because he knows I would have quit,” SZA said, “like…

The New Home of BMW in Menlyn

In celebrating 26 years of dedicated customer service and loyalty to the BMW Brand, the Legacy Motor Group – on Thursday, 1 March 2018, launched its spanking new home in the wide-ranging and vibrant Eastern suburb of Menlyn, Pretoria. Hosted by South Africa’s media darling, Bonang Matheba, guests were excited for the grand opening of…

Goodbye 2 Breakfast Lite Brunches Are In

Johannesburg – South Africa’s first premium flavoured beer, Flying Fish CHILL LITE launched the Lite Brunch Collective, an Instagram page dedicated to winning at brunch in 2018.  The new Instagram page will also tie in with brunch related occasions hosted for its consumers around the country. The first event hosted by radio and TV personality…

Corona SunSets Festival Coming To JHB

The Corona Sunsets Festival is coming back to Johannesburg to celebrate the mystical SunSet moment in all its splendour, with its finest and most diverse line-up all ready to salute the sunshine, revel in the sunset, make beautiful music and celebrate the happy, dancing people. The 2018 Corona SunSets Festival Johannesburg will also introduce a brand new…

Quincy Jones’ Incredible New Interviews: The 10 Best Quotes

Michael Jackson “stole a lot of stuff,” the Beatles were “the worst musicians in the world”… and so, so much more Quincy Jones turns 85 years old in March and is planning a banner year to mark the occasion. Coming down the pipeline, he says, are a Netflix documentary, an Oprah Winfrey-hosted CBS special, and possibly…