Former Miss SA Joan Ramagoshi will once again be part of the pageant, but this time as a judge. Joan will be among the six judges who will crown Miss South Africa 2011 at Sun City on December 11 during a live one and half hour broadcast on Mzanzi Magic DStv channel 107. Miss South Africa Teen will be on December 10.
Wendy Futcher of the Miss South Africa said "As a former Miss South Africa and businesswoman, Joan brings to the pageant a wealth of experience and expertise. She is dynamic and a true role model for the girls. We feel her presence will be of great value.” Joan, who won the competition in 2003, said she was delighted to be on the panel ...
A Soweto group has been chosen to provide music for Halle Berry's upcoming thriller movie Dark Tide. Sony Music announced on Wednesday that the act, popularly known as The Soil, would contribute a hymn called "Sedilaka".
Hailing from Soweto, the act comprises Buhlebendalo Mda, 23, and brothers Ntsika, 23, and Luphindo Ngxanga, 24. They recently won their second Ovation Award at the Grahamstown Arts Festival. Their much loved hymn features on their recently released self-titled debut studio album. The film, shot in Cape Town, also stars Oliver Martinez and local actors Sizwe Msutu and Thoko Ntshinga, who played Donna Makaula on former M-Net soapie Egoli.
Amakhosi are expected to unveil Bafana Bafana striker Bernard Parker as a replacement for Germany-bound Knowledge Musona today A close sources to Chiefs confirmed last night that club management has reached an agreement with 1899 Hoffenheim's sports director Ernst Tanner on a transfer deal for Musona, hence the recruitment of Parker by Amakhosi.
The Germans, who are reportedly offering about R14,2 million for the 2010/11 Top Goalscorer award winner, met Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung in Johannesburg yesterday to seal the deal.
Meanwhile Musona impressed Hoffenheim when they assessed him a fortnight ago.
The 28 year old rapper Nicki Minaj has been fined for swearing on stage. The singer was handed a court summons by police in Jamaica following her expletive-filled performance at the Reggae Sumfest festival at the Catherine Hall Complex in Montego Bay on Sunday but did not appear in a local court on Tuesday to answer charges of breaching local laws against profanity.
Instead, local lawyer Hugh Thompson pleaded guilty on her behalf and she was fined J$1 000 –equivalent to R 77 in South Africa... and $11 in the US. “ It is unclear if Nicki was still in Jamaica when the punishment was given out, but her attorney paid the fine for her.
Despite the legal problem with her stage show, Nicki didn ...