Just bumped into this Podcast titled “Yum tings” hosted by @AnthonyBila and @j_cillers not sure when it was founded though but without doubt y’all should take your time and listen to it. They call it the oracle of the internet but in details yum tings is similar to a radio station show that touches on conversations about the latest online info specifically music just that instead of featuring too much mainstream music yum tings play majority non mainstream artists, artists you probably haven’t heard of and another thing is an episode is 30+ minutes long, each airs live per week not sure which day of the week but I’m guessing Fridays.
In conclusion, just after listening to one episode i was hooked then right away decided to share it with you and trust me you do need this in your life!
I have not been hooked on any local drama/series or TV programme as much as I am on Skeem Saam. A local, limpopo (Turfloop) based TV drama series-turned-soap opera created by Winnie Serite. The story premiered on SABC1 on Thursday 13 October 2011, at 20:30. Season 3 premiered on Monday 14 July 2014 and aired at 18:30 and has now shifted to 20:00 weekdays. The storyline is really awesome, well written and features good actors. If you have not watched or heard anything about it then you’re missing out. Start TODAY!!! 😉
Here is one of Africa’s. really really Really! Creative Photographers
He Is also a,blogger,writer,radio presenter and a guy with fashion Sense.
Born in a township called Thembisa in South Africa, Anthony Has a unique sense of style which he Expresses on his photography.The Guy’s Photography in Particular is about South African and African Fashion. The Pictures this mister captures are amazing and so Extra-ordinary. In an interview by Adidas when he was asked about doing portraits. He responded by saying
“Whether you’re an angry,happy or sad person; I want authenticity in my portraits, no makeup, no frills, no masks. I look to capture moments: what you’re feeling in that specific moment in time. This proves more challenging but when you succeed, the results often speak for themselves.” And indeed the results speaks for themselves;
I See A Different You is a “project” formed by Vuyo Mpanthsa, Innocent Mukheli and his twin brother Justice Mukheli. It was somewhere last year when I overheard these guys’ interview on some radio station. I felt intrigued and hooked by their interview that I had to google them. The results I got, astounding! I instantly followed them on social networks.
It brings so much pleasure to discover people who see things differently from the way the society does. These guys are on some other undefinable level of epic photography. They make “ugly” look “impressive”, “old” look “new”, “dull” look “lively”. I with no doubt can safely say these are our definite Old School Future feature. I could say a lot about these unique guys but DO check them out.