Johnny Depp has revealed he is almost completely blind in one eye and near-sighted in the other.
In anticipation of the birth of the newest royal family member, palace officials have released some of Prince William and Kate's plans.
In these days of instant tabloid stardom, in these days when the front pages of every glossy magazine continually screams out the one celebrity story after the other, we tend to forget that there aren’t any actual celebrities out there, writes Koos Kombuis.
Koos Kombuis calls on all to honour and celebrate World Press Freedom Day.
Koos Kombuis recently had a wake-up call while peering over the Pretorian landscape during the kykNET Fiestas, and realised that bad men are stealing his country right before his eyes.
Rodriguez has risen from the dead. The film about his life has won an Oscar. Only one part of the puzzle remains unsolved, writes Koos Kombuis.
A primary school Christmas play teaches Koos Kombuis that sometimes bad art can be truly heartwarming and awe-inspiring.
Koos Kombuis loves his pretty new money, but still struggles to deal with the vast, gaping canyon between rich and poor.
Koos Kombuis comes clean about sniffing books, and insists he cannot establish a relationship with a book that doesn't smell right.
Koos Kombuis is not shy to admit how clueless he is about politics, and wishes Madonna would do the same.
Koos Kombuis is waxing lyrical about all things proudly South African - Nasa's Dr Japie van Zyl, our Olympic medals and even the normal, friendly Brakpanners.
Koos Kombuis asks if the UAE's illogical imprisonment of South African doctor Cyril Karabus, and others, is damaging Dubai's image as a world-class tourist destination.
Koos Kombuis poses the question to humanity: Is there perhaps something fundamentally flawed with our concept of democracy?
The day a small music store in his town closed down, was the day the music died. In an age where the internet has digitised everything, a lot has changed, writes Koos Kombuis.
Koos Kombuis recently got a sneak preview of renowned filmmaker Aryan Kaganof's new documentary, a film that delves into aspects of the widespread farm unrest that has plagued the Western Cape in recent months.
Koos Kombuis has no opposition to polygamy, but questions whether the practice is about freedom of choice or male superiority.
Koos Kombuis poses the question: How did Bob Dylan know what was in store for America after the release of his latest album Tempest?
Being a low-key celebrity himself, Koos Kombuis has some advice and wisdom to share about all the things that go wrong in a famous person's life.
Koos Kombuis ponders the ways in which the 'world will end' in December and finds the demise of the internet far scarier than a big black hole.
Although he finds it difficult to leave behind his privileged white comfort zone, Koos Kombuis helps a friend in need and finds himself in a similar position.
Pics of the hit musical Jersey Boys, at Artscape from 19 June.
Spud 2 star Troye Sivan and author John van de Ruit chat to us.
Ever taken a selfie? Take tips from these celebs.
Not the best animated movie but good enough school holiday fare.
Anne talks her Angie friendship and booming career.
10 celeb GIFs just because it's the weekend!
Anne Hirsch visits Channel24 and meets her fans.
6 reasons why Man of Steel will be a success.
Three armed men have stolen a bull terrier from the SPCA.
She used to be just another small-time singer on the fringes of the South African music industry. But that all changed, writes Koos Kombuis.
HousesR 7 100 000
HousesR 3 700 000
HousesR 5 500 000