Muslim worshipers gathered in Sea Point in Cape Town on Wednesday night for the sighting of the moon that will indicate Eid-ul-Fitr, which heralds the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
For millions of movie fans, the 'need for speed' is just as thrilling now as it was when 'Top Gun' premiered 35 years ago.
"Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins switches to the small screen for an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The Underground Railroad,” a project the Oscar winner says he feared from the start.
Three of Broadway's biggest musicals - "Hamilton," "Wicked" and "The Lion King”, on Tuesday announced they would be back on stage in September, joining dozens of other shows that plan to reopen in New York after an 18-month pandemic-induced shutdown.
Britain's pop music honours, for which the audience will not have to wear masks, are taking place at The 02 Arena on the River Thames as the country emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.
U.S. television network NBC dropped its broadcast of the Golden Globes ceremony in 2022 after a Hollywood backlash over the ethics of the group that hands out the annual awards for film and television and its lack of diversity.
Fans of the 70's Swedish supergroup, ABBA have again been reassured that the Super Troupers will be releasing new music before the end of 2021.
Britain’s Prince Harry and US chat show queen Oprah Winfrey will premiere their television documentary series on mental health issues later this month, with singer Lady Gaga and actress Glenn Close among those contributing.
A toddler in Durban has been trending on social media after becoming one of the youngest drivers ever to have had a brush "with the law".
Billionaire Elon Musk dropped a surprise early in his hotly anticipated turn as host of “Saturday Night Live,” saying in his monologue that he “is the first person with Asperger’s” to host the show, before clowning through skits for the first global livestream of the NBCUniversal comedy show.
"Wrath of Man," a heist thriller starring Jason Statham, is leading box office charts with its $8.1 million debut.
Visitors to Dracula's castle are more likely to find puncture marks in their arms than their necks this month, after medics set up a COVID-19 vaccination centre at the Transylvanian attraction.
A game-worn jersey belonging to Michael Jordan from his sophomore season at the University of North Carolina was sold for a record $1.38 million on Saturday at Heritage Auctions.
Live concerts are on the menu for home delivery, as musicians and audiences seek to satisfy their appetite for human interaction.
Elon Musk's turn as host of this week's "Saturday Night Live" television program will be a light-hearted, brand-building break from the pressures of running Tesla Inc and SpaceX or land the billionaire in another bucket of hot water.
Cars flying, crashing and racing around behind the scenes feature in a new stunt teaser trailer for the latest "Fast and Furious" action adventure film.
South Africa's Zozibini Tunzi will relinquish her Miss Universe crown when the much-delayed pageant is held later in April. SABC News speaks to Tunzi - the longest-reigning Miss Universe in history.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he's concerned about the increasing cases of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in South Africa. Ramaphosa spoke during a hybrid sitting of the National Assembly on Thursday, where he answered oral questions on various issues affecting the country.
Airlines, holiday companies, tourists and vast swathes of southern Europe are looking forward to hearing the UK's plan to relaunch travel but only a limited number of countries are set to be declared safe to visit.
British band Coldplay chose an out of this world way to mark the release of their latest single"Higher Power" on Friday - by beaming up into space.
President Cyril Ramaphosa joins a group of Muslim worshippers as they break their fast on Thursday night during the holy month of Ramadaan, at the Islamia College, in Lansdowne, Cape Town.
A tiara passed down through generations of Italy's royal family will be among the highlights at a Sotheby's auction of jewels in Geneva next week.
This time in 2020, many South Africans were craving nicotine.
Live Broadway shows will return to the stage starting September 14 after an 18-month hiatus to fight the coronavirus pandemic, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday.
Popstar Britney Spears on Tuesday slammed recent documentaries about her, calling them “hypocritical.” Walt Disney’s FX Network and The New York Times released “Framing Britney Spears” in February, examining the singer’s meteoric rise in the late 1990s and breakdown under intense media scrutiny. The BBC released “The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship” […]
A court challenge brought by the first wife of the late AmaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has thrust the issue of customary versus civil marriages back into the spotlight.
Cuba's state cigar monopoly,Habanos S.A., said on Tuesday that China had displaced Spain last year as its top market but rising demand in the Asian giant could not compensate for declines in sales elsewhere, with global revenue down 4% to $507 million.
Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, is to publish a children's book next month titled "The Bench" about the relationship between a father and son based on her husband Prince Harry and the couple's child Archie, the publisher said on Tuesday.
The board of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the group that hands out the annual Golden Globe awards for television and film, proposed several changes on Monday to address criticism over its membership's diversity and ethics.
Walt Disney Co’s Marvel Studios on Monday encouraged superhero fans to return to movie theatres, a show of support for pandemic-battered cinemas trying to stage a comeback amid competition from streaming services.