The documentary will feature never-before-seen footage of the iconic driver.
The actress says Black Widow was suppose to an exclusive theatrical release, with Johansson’s salary tied to box office performance.
Showmax’s first Original Documentary Series is as frightening as it is enthralling.
Drug lords, mystery and anime fill up the Netflix South Africa schedule for August.
BritBox will launch in South Africa on 6th August and content from the BBC and ITV. It will cost R99.99 per month or R999.99 for 12 months.
Rolling out to iOS and Android in the coming weeks, the What’s New feed will immediately notify users when an artist releases fresh content.
CNN has announced that it will launch its own streaming service in 2022.
Sometimes it feels like the world is ending, consider watching these apocalyptic shows as training.
With all focus on COVID-19, you probably forgot about the Tokyo Olympics. ShowMax Pro will be streaming it across the continent this month.
It’s a busy month for content releases on Netflix South Africa.
You can now rewatch or catch up on SABC shows you missed for free thanks to TelkomONE.
A recent BrandMapp survey asked 30 000 South Africans which digital experiences and services they used during the first year of the pandemic.
As part of its #GeekedWeek showcase, Netflix has served up some news on Cowboy Bebop and behind the scenes footage for The Sandman.
From 11th June to 11th July, UEFA Euro 2020 matches will be streamed live on Showmax Pro.
The new version of Your Library will rollout to all mobile Spotify users starting today, offering a streamlined UI and easier navigation.
Surprisingly, YouTube subscriptions jumped up 188 percent since the start of lockdown among FNB customers.
If you are on the lookout for a new animated series to watch, we highly recommend Invincible on Amazon Prime Video. We’ve been anticipating its arrival for some time, and 26th March saw the first three episodes of the series land on Prime Video, with a new episode following each week thereafter for season one. […]
With Vodacom’s Video Play having somewhat exclusive access to the Snyder Cut in SA, now the Google Play Store and Apple TV feature the film.