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SM's Buhle Mbonambi and Liam Joyce tease what is in the Sunday Tribune SM Magazine this week. 


#WATCH @Buhlebonga and @Liam_JV talk through whats going to be in this weeks edition of Sunday Magazine.
Posted by Sunday Tribune SM Magazine on Saturday, 25 July 2015


@MTVBaseAfrica nominee, @Bonang_M plans to ROCK the #MTVMAMA2015 in Durban today

We hooked up with the talented Bonang Matheba at the Playhouse Theatre, about her plans for the awards, being nominated and of course, the outfit! 

Video: Mojo IOL

Tune into the awards tomorrow evening on BET, MTV and MTVBase from 9pm. 


Five reasons why the #Emmy nominations might actually be exciting this year

Emily Yahr
This year, we advise you to pay attention — there are many signs that the nominations (which precede the Sept. 20 show, hosted by Andy Samberg) might actually be pretty interesting. We’ll go even further and sayexciting. Here are five reasons why:
1) An influx of critically-acclaimed new shows and actors.
Amazon’s “Transparent,” Fox’s “Empire,” CW’s “Jane the Virgin”: Three shows that made big waves last TV season, and now, they have their first chance to be nominated. The Golden Globes already got a jump on things by giving big honors to “Transparent” (best comedy; best comedy actor for Jeffrey Tambor) and “Jane the Virgin” (best comedy actress for Gina Rodriguez). History-making “Empire” wasn’t eligible for the Golden Globes, but we don’t even want to know what will happen if Taraji P. Henson doesn’t get a drama actress nomination for her groundbreaking portrayal of Cookie.
Plus, now that “Breaking Bad” is over and has cleared the way for some new drama nominees, look out for less critically-loved but Golden Globe favorites “The Affair” and “How to Get Away With Murder” to get some attention, particularly with actors Dominic West, Ruth Wilson and Viola Davis, respectively. On the comedy side, Netflix’s Tina Fey series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” should also make a splash.
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LIVE: The 67th Primetime Emmy Award Nomination Announcement

OITNB actress and Emmy winner, Uzo Aduba and Cat Deeley, host of SYTYCD and Emmy winner, will host the nominations live from 5.30pm, CAT. 

Expected to do well are shows like Mad Men, Empire, How to get Away With Murder, The Affair, Parks and Recreation, Black-ish, Veep, Transparent and Silicon Valley. 

Come back later for the full nominees list and critique.