Friday, October 22, 2021
Female SABC News crew held hostage by ANC supporters in Mpumalanga released after being threatened that their car will be burned and their equipment stolen.
American actor Alec Baldwin fires prop gun on set and kills his film's cinematographer and wounds director.
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Blood Psalms to debut on MultiChoice's Showmax in February 2022, 'It was scary and a massive challenge,' says showrunner Layla Swart.
Desperate HouseWives are doing drug selling in e.tv’s latest drama series, 'important that we hear women's stories,' says actress Angela Lieveaux.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Netflix to switch ratings from number of households watching to hours, promises more viewership transparency and a more normalised content slate in 2022.
Entries open for DStv's Big Brother Mzansi that will run on M-Net's Mzansi Magic channel - this is how to enter and who the producers are looking for.
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
BREAKING. High Court orders eMedia's Openview to restore Nismedia's Glow TV channel immediately to it's satellite service after channel carriage fight.
e.tv News and eNCA reporter Natalie Malgas and cameraman Lance Manjoro robbed in Khayelitsha, camera equipment and phones stolen by 4 men with guns.
2021 MTV Europe Music Awards to counteract Hungary's anti-gay laws in November, will recognise LGBTQ+ activists to 'fight for equality for all'.
"Growing up gay in a working-class community, being able to see out role models on TV like Pedro Zamora from The Real World provided a literal lifeline for me and inspired a sense of hope and possibility to be the full person I was meant to be."
"That is why I am so proud to work at ViacomCBS, which has always championed equality for all, and why I’m so honoured to stand in solidarity with my LGBTQ+ siblings as we celebrate the 2021 MTV EMAs from Hungary."
Raffaele Annecchino, president and CEO of ViacomCBS Networks International, says "With a global footprint spanning 180 countries and countless cultures, the 2021 MTV EMAs will be an incredible moment for every member of our audience to come together to celebrate music and the power it has to transcend borders".
"After such a long period, I couldn’t be happier for the EMAs to land in Budapest for what's sure to be an extraordinary night that will resonate globally."