A candid conversation with the highest-grossing actor about the burden of being cool, his near-lethal golf swing and that feud between Quentin Tarantino and Spike Lee.
It’s birthday party number two for PLAYBOY South Africa and so we asked our award-winning motoring journalist Egmond Sippel to reflect back on two of his greatest rides. Here he invites you on two succulent journeys of driving mountain passes and peaks.
Italians have a code. So do Greeks, Arabs, the French and the Cambodians. There, when you meet people, or say goodbye to them, you do it in a particular way.
The car of the future won’t have wings, and it won’t be able to do your thinking for you. Well, not all of it. It will be voice-controlled, have high-speed wireless broadband serving an on-board WiFi hotspot, allow you to download apps, and provide in-car TV and streaming video. It may even have Back to the Future-style lifting doors.
A candid conversation with the original genius behind Marvel Comics and most of the superheroes you’ve ever loved or watched on the big screen.
Nick Savoy, president of Love Systems, tells you how to be the good guy and get you and your buddy the girl.
Energy drinks are a multi-billion Rand industry, and simply judging by the amount of branded stickers on cars and caps on okes wearing vests, they don’t seem to be stopping any time soon.
The electric guitar rules the world. Here are half a dozen artists who demonstrate why.
Blunderbuss – The newest record to feature Jack White also happens to be his debut full-length solo album.
How and why the VFX industry is in a crisis – the truth behind the lights and clockwork.
If you think for one moment that you can get away with being one of those men who refuses to wear a tie, and that this gives a unique rebelliousness to your individuality, you fail to realise that ties have been a fundamental element of men’s attire for centuries.
LITNET, a South African portal for those who love culture and literature, recently ran an erotic fiction competition for young writers, and we bring you the winner, written in the original Afrikaans and translated into English.