Arts, Entertainment and Lifestyle Wrap: 05 December 2014

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Tributes pour in for soul singer, Lulu Dikana:

Tributes have been pouring in on social media following soul singer, Lulu Dikana’s death.
Sony Music confirmed that Lulu passed away on Wednesday night after a short illness.
Dikana released her debut solo album, ‘My Diary, My Thoughts’ in 2008.

‘Generations’ back on air:
South Africa’s most watched soapie, Generations – The Legacy returned to SABC 1 on Monday night.
The daily drama series which has running since 1994 has not been broadcast on the channel since August this year because of a dispute over salaries. The series has now been revamped which includes a new cast as well some old familiar faces.

Nelson Mandela International Film Festival launched:

The much-awaited Nelson Mandela International Film Festival initiative has been launched in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro, in the Eastern Cape.
The festival will see international movie stars and directors flock to the Port Elizabeth-based municipality from the 3rd to the 12th of December next year.

King Tut’s exhibition opens for the first time on African soil:

And Finally, South Africans now have the opportunity to take a trip down memory lane into the life and death of Egyptian King Tutankhamun or ‘King ‘Tut’.

“Tutankhamun: His tomb and His treasures” Exhibition opened for the first time on African soil on Tuesday afternoon at the Silverstar Casino in Krugersdorp.

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