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Nakhane Shines In His Fearless Music Video for 'New Brighton'

The South African songbird tapped Nigerian-British filmmaker Iggy LDN to direct the richly-hued visual.

Nakhane comes correct with not only his music, but with his accompanied music videos—and his latest for "New Brighton" does not disappoint.

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Controversial Film to Represent South Africa at the Academy Awards

'Inxeba The Wound' is South Africa's entry for the Foreign Language Academy Award 2018.

The film Inxeba The Wound, which caused a lot of ongoing controversy, will represent South Africa at the 90th Academy Awards in the category of Best Foreign Language Film.

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Nakhane Touré Is Scared For His Life After Online Death Threats

The actor had to cancel a film shoot in the Eastern Cape because he feared for his life.

Backlash for ‘The Wound’ Intensifies As AmaXhosa King Disapproves of the Film

AmaXhosa king Mpendulo Zwelonke is the latest to express disapproval for the movie.

An Exclusive Look Inside South African Youth Culture Magazine, Unlabelled, Issue 4

Phendu Kuta takes us inside the magnificent fourth issue of the South African youth culture publication, Unlabelled Magazine.

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Nakhane Touré’s Stunning Surrealist Music Video For ‘The Plague’

South African singer Nakhane Touré shares the surrealist-inspired music video his for his single 'The Plague,' directed by Mark Middlewick.