The Story Of Tiga Maine - Hustle Never Stops 1. Talent And A Dream Tiga Maine is a singer, rapper, producer, song-writer, video editor, fashion model, promoter & actor. Tiga has come along the way. Born in 1997 in a rural area, he never gave up on his dream to be known worldwide. ”Everyone in my friend zone had a talent for music, acting, promoting, modeling and editing. 2. Tiga Maine Followed His Dream Tiga bought a condense mic and learned to use it. He spent a lot of time recording all his songs in a small room. This Determined kid then went to an internet and found the names of record labels and radio stations. He emailed his music to the record labels and radio stations. Some labels rejected his music and some radio stations complained about the quality of his songs. But he never gave up on his career. 3. Tiga Maine Did Not Give Up Tiga was not going to give up.in 2015 he decided to release his mixtape titled I’m the hustler for real, in 2016 he also Decided to release another mixtape titled Celly’iLife Faw Real but he failed because of money and he was depressed. He started to work on his mixtape titled Road 2 Da Riches featured some international artists such as ROBNORI (Los Angeles, California), Liam (Okinawa, Japan), Dramatized Da True Steppa (Dallas, Texas).Producers such as Skynny Double Y, Young Goku Beats, Akitak Beats, Street Carnivore Beats, Motif Alumni & Teesy Beats offered him some banging beats. 4. Tiga Maine Took Over He has performed in different events and tours. He has fans all over the country and overseas. ”My music is for everyone Including genders, ages and races,” he said. “Everybody can dance to my music and sing along with it. His music was Playlisted on Venrap Radio, Hillbrow Radio, Tshwane Fm, Tucradio and other radio stations. he was televised on Generations (The Legacy), Rhythm City, Easy Money, Soweto TV (Kasi Vibes, Babize Bonke) & where is the beef (Channel 265, Gau Tv). He met iFani . . .
Can’t make sense of fibre internet? Cell C’s Executive Head: Broadband, Dederick Venter explains what you need to know. Chances are you have seen the ads, the flyers, maybe even met the eager salespeople. Fibre internet is slowly expanding across South Africa’s metropolitan areas, introducing a new level of internet access that really stands beyond compare. Fibre is considerably faster than ADSL and more stable than the wireless signals from mobile broadband. The closest other option is LTE, which itself is blisteringly fast. But fibre is the king of this mountain. This certainly sounds like a good deal, but is it? What is fibre and should you cave in to your family’s calls to have it installed? That depends on what you are looking for, but if you live a connected life, you won’t regret ordering fibre. The traditional way to ferry the digital information of the internet around is to use copper cables, which carry electrical signals. But fibre sends beams of light down long translucent threads. This has several benefits: fibre do not decay as fast as copper lines and fibre is less exposed to interference. It is also very fast, comfortably offering speeds ten times that of ADSL and beyond. Even at its lower end - 10 to 20mbps (mbps is to internet speed what km/h is to cars) - fibre is more reliable. It also has more capacity, so no more fights over who is doing what online and draining all the speed. A 20mbps fibre link can comfortably carry the internet demands of a family of four or more. Through it you can stream HD movies, browse the web, hold video chats with friends and even control a security system - all at the same time. Sold? Great. But first you need to check if you have access to fibre, since networks are still growing their footprint. Consult the map of a fibre provider, such as on Cell C’s C Fibre website. If you do qualify, find a price and package that suits your needs and place the order. There are a few extra facts worth knowing. Fibre has . . .
South Africa’s New Year’s Eve bash of the year, The Ruins, will return to St. Francis Bay and promises to be bigger, better and definitely something you don’t want to miss! A sensational four-day festival that will bring you dancing into 2018 to the sounds of world-class music from top local DJs and bands. With the likes of GoodLuck, Sketchy Bongo, Locnville, Prime Circle, SauBomb, Das Kapital, PHFAT, Kyle Deutsch and many more - this line-up will rival all other celebrations in the Eastern Cape. Four days, 28 artists, sun, fun and music! When: December 27, 29, 30 and 31 Where: The Ruins, St. Francis Drive, St. Francis Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa Bookings: Nutickets CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Get your #Zando10 memorabilia this Black Friday at a ridiculously low price. For one day and one day only, you’ll be able to purchase 10s branded caps and vests with prices ranging from as little as R20 - R35, and the first lucky 100 people will be able to purchase their Zando Cape Town 10s Friday ticket for only R50. Head over to zando.co.za this Friday the 24th of November 2017 to take advantage of the sale before it’s sold out. The 10th annual Zando Cape Town 10s event will return to Hamilton Rugby Club from 2 to 3 February 2018 – so stock up on your merch now. The internationally acclaimed event will features 8 different sporting codes including rugby, netball, dodgeball, beach volleyball as well as the newly introduced sports of 5-aside soccer and hockey, the ‘Run the 10s’ fun run and a unique fitness event. Guests can expect a world class entertainment line-up on three 3 stages, with top local music acts Fokofpolisiekar, GoodLuck, Sketchy Bongo, DJ Sox, Majozi, the Light Years and more, all taking to the stage inside Africa biggest festival tent! On sale this Friday will be a limited amount of Tshwane 10s caps and Zando 10s Series caps, each priced at R35 and the 2017 Cape Town vests for R20. In addition, Zando will be selling Cape Town 10s Friday tickets for R50 to the first 100 people - only available on https://www.zando.co.za/zando-10s/cape-town/. For more info visit the website: www.capetowntens.com • Twitter: @CapeTown10s @zando_co_za • Facebook: o www.facebook.com/capetown10s o www.facebook.com/zando.co.za • Instagram: @capetown10s / @zando.co.za • Official event hashtag: #Zando10s #IAM10s CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
With the annual Afrikaans is Groot music festival now just around the corner, excitement is fast mounting among fans of Afrikaans music and culture throughout South Africa. This year the ever-popular event, which is being hosted at the new Time Square Sun Arena at Menlyn Maine in Pretoria East for the first time, promises to be bigger and better than ever. Pam Golding Properties, which has been part of the Menlyn Maine development from the outset, and is marketing The Trilogy Collection, says that it will have a strong presence at the Afrikaans is Groot festival to assist visitors who may wish to explore the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of investing in this exciting new development. “The cosmopolitan Menlyn Maine urban precinct is where it is all happening and visitors to the event who are looking for a superb apartment as a primary residence or as an investment property in an area where a massive buzz has been created, should make a point of visiting our onsite sales office at the entrance to the Square. Our colleagues are also available at the Pam Golding Properties Pretoria office in the Menlyn Maine shopping centre to assist anyone requiring further information,” says Retha Schutte, Pam Golding Properties Pretoria regional head. Afrikaans is Groot, which is in its sixth year and will be held between 24-25 November and 1-2 December 2017, announced earlier this year that it would be moving the event to the Time Square Sun Arena at Menlyn Maine as it can host 8 500 people and is now the largest and most superbly equipped in-door venue in the country. The organisers of the event say that they have an incomparable line-up of performers for the 2017 festival including Juanita du Plessis, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Theuns Jordaan, Laurika Rauch, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Lianie May, Karlien van Jaarsveld, and many other well-known artists. “We were delighted with this news as we are perfectly situated within a retail and entertainment mecca, and therefore . . .
Kids Pop- up Summer Venue @ Vergenoedg Wine Estate. Bazinga Entertainment presents the pop - up kids party park - WOOHOO. Set in the historic wine estate , Vergenoedg, this play park is expected to check many boxes for children and parents alike. The aim of WOOHOO's collaboration with Vergenoegd Wine Estate is to perfect the typical South African family day out. Bringing to light all the key elements of Good food, Good Music, Good Entertainment and Happy kids. Vergenoegd Wine Estate attracts visitors from all over Cape Town for it appealing family friendly features. - WOOHOO’s covered outdoor play park of 600sqm - Private kids party zones for Hire - Restaurant & Deli - Wine Blending - Saturday Markets - Historic Site - Summer concerts ( 1st Sunday of the month) - Galileo outdoor cinema (30th December) - Family Secret Sunrise - Sunday Family Silent Disco’s ( 17th, 24th and 31st December) - Duck Parades - Family Runs WOOHOO offers a unique experience tailored for ages 2 - 12. Children will be hosted in a safe, covered and enclosed area where they will be able submerge themselves in adventure, creativity and play. Whats on offer? - Jumping castles - Face painting - Kids catering - Walk about pets/ Balloons - Arts and Crafts - Bubble machines - Farm zoo - 3 duck parades daily - Mascots - Games and fun - Paintertainment - Bubble soccer - Archery - Family Silent disco's The cost varies depending on the activities chosen by the little guests ,however, general entrance is R85. Opens on the 2nd of December 2017 . CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Being the ultimate gateway that has been successfully hosting local talent for over a year now, TurnUp Music has joined forces with Samsung and officially announced the launch of a streaming service on the Samsung Z Series mobile devices. TurnUp Music has been turning heads over the past year as a disruptor in the local music industry. The mission continues to grow as the service has now partnered with one of the world’s largest tech companies, Samsung, to host local music on their Z Series mobile devices. Through this incredible partnership, TurnUp Music and Samsung are focussed on the development and growth of local artists’ careers through various collaborative opportunities and a strong market reach. “Samsung, as the global smartphone leader, is the perfect partner to accelerate not just the streaming platform, but also to reduce barriers to entry across Africa. The 4G enabled Z Series devices are both accessible and affordable, making it a great tool for listening to music and watching videos” said Thabiet Allie, CEO of TurnUp Music. The announcement of the partnership was unveiled at AfricaCom, one of the largest African telecoms, media and technology events and met with great support from key industry experts and delegates at the event. “Because Samsung always strives to create technology that enriches people’s lives, we are delighted to partner with TurnUp Music in this initiative, bringing local sounds to users and helping to promote local musicians,” said Craige Fleisher, Director Integrated Mobility, Samsung. The TurnUp Music app will soon be available on the Z series, which can be purchased at Ackermans, PEP, Jet and CNA. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
SA short film, THE BULL, premieres this Thursday, 23 November, to cast, crew, supporters and industry VIPs at The Labia in Cape Town with a brief panel Q&A discussion offered after both screenings (one at 7pm and the other at 7h30pm). The filmmakers would like to submit the film to top tier international film festivals and are in the process of running an intensive crowdfunding campaign in the hopes of raising the funds required for festival submission fees. THE BULL Short Film The short film falls into the genre of magical realism as American-born / South African-at-heart writer and director Kelsey Egan explores the mythology of shape-shifting alongside South African traditions and themes of strength, longing and love of family. Producer Benike Palfi says: "Kelsey’s been living in South Africa for over ten years and is completely enamoured with our beautiful country. It’s a love that is evident in all her work and THE BULL is no exception.” Egan wrote the script about three years ago and promptly shelved it as she knew the complex production elements required to bring the story to life made the film practically "unproducible"; but producers Palfi and Rafeeqah Galant fell in love with the project and committed themselves into making the impossible a reality. Working closely with Kelsey, they managed to assemble a talented team to breathe life into the film. With evocative cinematography courtesy of Christian Denslow and a phenomenal professional crew, this labour of love was shot in three and a half days in September 2017, with an additional pick-up shoot in early October during which a reduced crew managed to capture the live birth of a foal. The film was produced with virtually zero funding thanks to a diverse assortment of incredible supporters and sponsors, including but not limited to Panavision SA, Media Film Services, Katana Grips, Cosmesis Studios, MXFX, Refinery, I Love Foodies, Fria’s Superfoods, and a host of other local health food . . .
Live streaming is without a doubt the hottest trend of 2017, and Condriac’s in-house initiative, Condriac Live, aspires to be at the forefront of eSports and live streaming entertainment in South Africa. Streaming has taken over the world in the last few months, with most smartphone apps now having the capability to go ‘live’ and broadcast video to viewers globally. TwitchTV is the biggest streaming platform available, and when Amazon bought the company for a whopping $970 Million eyebrows were raised across the entertainment industry. TwitchTV allows anyone with internet connection the ability to stream gameplay, talk shows or tutorials to a voraciously hungry online audience. It is clear to eagle-eyed marketers and business people that Twitch and gaming in general is the new hot spot. The gaming industry is worth more than the film and music industry combined. Before the scramble to latch on to these platforms reaches a fever pitch, leading Johannesburg integrated communication agency, Condriac, has taken the plunge into live streaming on Twitch. “Condriac has always sought to be at the forefront of the digital media industry, identifying and jumping on trends that we see being significant in the future,” said CEO Keshia Patchiappen. The Condriac Live initiative was thus created to fill a gap in an entirely untapped market. The agency has created a full-time TwitchTV channel manned by one of their own, Kyle Singh. Kyle is no stranger to gaming, he started playing on his father’s computer when he was just four years old and it’s an open secret in the office that Kyle’s first love has always been video-games. Together with a production team, there has already been considerable investment into the Twitch stream, with high-end production equipment being purchased and sponsors eager to get on board. When questioned about this groundbreaking endeavour, Kyle says, “I’m honestly living in dreamland at the moment, as being a streamer has been one of my goals for the . . .
Col’Cacchio, the popular Italian inspired franchise known for its gourmet thin-base wood-fired pizzas, hearty pasta and crisp fresh salads, has revamped their Cavendish store with a charming new look and feel. Located at the foot of the main escalators, opposite Exclusive Books, the revamped Cavendish store includes everything iconically Col’Cacchio with tried and tested family favourites, as well as many exciting additions. The brand new look and feel is reflected in the plush interior décor, delicious new menu and a bold new logo. To mark the brand’s 25th birthday, Col’Cacchio has undergone a complete rebrand, bringing fresh life to their evolving brand. With a number of stores already sporting the sophisticated new look, the revamp process will roll out to all stores across the country. With the festive season upon us, the new Col’Cacchio is the perfect spot to stop for a bite to eat between all the shopping, and if you’ve got the kids with you, Col’Cacchio offers a variety of tasty Bambini meals, complete with play dough, wax crayons and paper. All Bambini pizzas are available in wheat- and gluten-free options. “We are really excited about this new chapter and look forward to treating both of loyal as well as new customers at our revamped space. It’s a big year for us, we are will definitely be backing up our new look with the same excellent service that you can expect when visiting our Cavendish store." says franchise owner, Charl Batt. Founded in 1992, Col’Cacchio has a legacy of crafting artisanal meals out of the freshest sourced ingredients, with quality and innovation at the heart of their dynamic offering. Col’Cacchio has always been at the forefront of dietary trends, being one of the first in the market to introduce carb conscious options for pizza, salad and pasta. Their offering now includes gluten-free and vegan alternatives, as well as the low calorie Foro range of pizzas. Where to find us: • Location: Shop L67, Cavendish Square, . . .