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Thabsie spills the tea on upcoming Kwesta collabo

Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe by Kwesta and songstress Thabsie is one of the biggest songs to come out of Mzansi, and that's why talk about another killer collab from the pair have the streets super excited!
Kwesta recently hosted a listening session and announced the release date for his upcoming and much-anticipated album g.o.d Guluva.
But it was the news that fans can expect a song from Thabsie and him that sent many over the edge.In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Thabsie explained how the pair came up with a love song they are sure Mzansi is going to love!

Focalistic reflects on how saying 'A se trap ke pina tsa ko kasi' changed his life!

The phrase “Ase trap ke pina tsa ko kasi” sounds mad cool when Focalistic says it in his songs but it's more than just a cool phrase for the rapper, who has revealed that the mantra changed his life.
Focalistic is one of Mzansi's biggest stars at the moment. His authentically South African sound has managed to gain him an international audience and the rapper told TshisaLIVE all about it.

“There will be no one like Menzi”- Sonia Sedibe remembers former Generations co-star Menzi Ngubane

For several years Menzi Ngubane and Sonia Sedibe lit up South African screens as Sibusiso and Ntombi Dlomo on 'Generations'.
They were easily the most recognisable TV couple in the country and everyone had an opinion about their relationship.
The romance ended when Sonia left 'Generations' 10 years ago but the pair kept in touch.
When Menzi died this past weekend of a stroke, Sonia was left shocked and heartbroken.
This week on the TshisaPOD we spoke to the star about working with Menzi, his health challenges, leaving 'Generations' amid controversy, sending memes to each other, and the legacy he leaves behind.

Moonchild Sanelly gives the 411 on her new reality show & love life

Moonchild Sanelly is all too ready to share the ins and outs of her personal life with her fans!

Speaking to TshisaLIVE about her new MTV Africa reality series Moonchild Sanelly Woza, the star said she finally wanted to give her adoring followers more insight into Moonchild behind the scenes. The show focuses on her family, girlfriend and workings in the financial side of the music industry

Here's why 'eHostela' actor Thobani Nzuza didn't think he'd end up on TV

As eHostela continues to grow in popularity and trend every time it airs, there's no denying that the character of Mndeni has played a huge role in winning Mzansi over and the actor behind the dynamic character, Thobani Nzuza, has shared how the journey as been since season one.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE recently, Thobani explained just how much playing Mdeni changed his life and how it challenged him.

Nasty C spills the tea on working on 'Coming 2 America' album

Hip hop heavyweight Nasty C is over the moon that his song Black & White, which features American singer Ari Lennox, has made it onto Def Jam Africa’s Rhythms of Zamunda: Music Inspired By Coming 2 America album.

Nasty, Prince Kaybee, Gemini Major and Anatii have made Mzansi proud as their songs made it on the list of the African-inspired album.

The album, which was officially released last weekend, boasts a wealth of African talent from across the continent with our very own Msaki, Njelic and De Mthuda also on the list.

Phelo Bala opens up about his unending love for hubby Moshe Ndiki

Musician Phelo Bala-Ndiki has admitted he's always been a sucker for love and his marriage to actor Moshe Ndiki-Bala has helped mature and become even more expressive.

Chatting to TshisaLIVE this week, Phelo shared some insights into how he sees love and how his marriage and love have inspired his music.

Miss SA Shudu is making headway with mental health awareness after being bullied online

In light of cyber bullying online, Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida has launched a campaign focused on mental health.

The TV programme #MindfulMondays aims to destigmatize mental health in the SA community. Specialists in the field will bring professional advice to more casual conversations. Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Shudu emphasised how mental wellness should be a personal issue to all of us.

Behind the scenes with 'Real Housewife of Durban' star Anne-Tonni Lodick Mthembu

After the relative success of Real Housewives of Johannesburg, TshisaLIVE got to speak to one of the six high-flying women from Durban, businesswoman Annie Lodick-Mthembu, who is set to light up viewers' TV screens on Real Housewives of Durban. While news of the reality TV show was only revealed at the beginning of the month, wife of Durban’s unofficial mayor Kgolo Da Guru, Annie, revealed how after a young back and forth last year, she was excited to have made the cut as a real housewife.

Mduduzi Mabaso talks about letting Suffocate go after more than 10 years

After playing the character of Suffocate for more than a decade on's Rhythm City, fans were heartbroken to hear that soon their Suffo and the series would be no more.
For Mduduzi Mabaso, however, it's a chance to steal Mzansi's heart all over again with a new character.In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Mduduzi explained his journey of becoming Suffo and now letting go of the character to embrace new ones.

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