Mathabo Mothibe’s Journey to Being Khensani Mudau on Giyani

Drama graduates across South Africa often have to do other jobs like waitressing and bartending while waiting for that big break but, drama graduate, Mathabo Mothibe, decided on a different approach. Mathabo Mothibe who plays the Khensani Mudau character on …

The Hottest Eyewear Trends For Winter

As the season’s change, so does your fashion repertoire, and there is no better accessory to update your winter wardrobe than a brand-ne pair of frames. The winter chill brings with it a variety of eye-catching specs to suit any …

5 Steps to Build Your Personal Savings Budget

Owning and managing your finances should be a goal for all of us. Daunting as it may be, your budget is a blueprint to managing your financial wealth and success. Himal Parbhoo, CEO FNB Retail Cash Investments outlines at least …

LandyM.Designz Takes Xitsonga Fashion To New Heights

Born in Musina and raised at Waterval, Limpopo –  Yolanda only wanted was to be a model when growing up, little did she know she would one day fall in love with fashion design. Q: What sparked your interest in …

MC Bloq Chats About #TsongaRap

Shangazine had a chance to meet up with rapper MC Bloq to talk to him about his love for one of the most unrecognized music genres in South Africa, Tsonga Rap. Watch and listen to MC Bloq tell us more …

The New Ford Ranger 2019

Have you ever wondered what’s Ford’s idea of a day at the office? It involves more than being a desk potato, like inviting a handful of lucky folks to step into their new Ford Ranger 2019 and head for the …

Top 6 Things You Might’ve Heard About Tsonga People

The South African country is known for its diverse cultures, languages and ethnic groups. This is one of the reasons the South African citizens are interested in knowing about each other and sometimes stereotyping one another. If anyone is to …

The Art of Xitsonga Folktale

Do you know how in the West parents just grab a fairytale book from the bookshelf and read to their children about wonderland until they sleep? Xitsonga people sit around the fire and listen to their grandparents tell stories. Gone …

Xitsonga vs English Speakers: How They Express Themselves

There’s big difference between how English and indigenous African language people express themselves and just to put a disclaimer; this is not a racist or a tribalist article, it’s just for laughs. For instance, when Africans speak; they are not …

5 Tsonga Taboos You Should Know

We’ve always heard sayings such as “it is impolite to speak with your mouth full” or “never eat off a knife when having a meal,” these are taboos and are predominantly English. Do you know of taboos from other places …