He set the wheels in motion more than 50 years ago, with Operation Rhino, to save the southern white rhino from extinction. Today (December 1, 2014) we mourn the loss of a great man with a great heart and a great dream: Dr Ian Player.
South Africa’s very own mentalist, Larry Soffer is also a magician, a metal bender and a mind reader.
A candid conversation with the Mad Men star about his knack for comedy, his tragedy-filled childhood and why Don Draper enjoys a good cocktail (or more).
He’s played Michael Corleone and Tony Montana. He knows where the bodies are buried.
There was little to be happy about the South African Olympic effort in London last year. Except in the swimming pool where Chad le Clos and Cameron van der Burgh brought home Gold. Cameron recently joined the likes of Lionel Messi, Jensen Button, Bollywood stars and other famous athletes as brand ambassadors for a global shampoo range, and his people told ours we may sit down for a quick interview.
Co-star with Johnny Depp in the film, The Rum Diary, Amber Heard embraces her inner bunny, drives fast, shoots straight and opens up about her personal life.
In this exclusive interview, Diamond Dave talks about his first Van Halen album in 28 years, the radical changes in the band’s attitude and chemistry, the upcoming world tour, his legendary jumps (and back problems) as well as women, religion, and the US presidential elections.
Warrior, lover, spy. He served in Mandela’s Cabinet and grew in stature as a revolutionary associated with the armed struggle, who came in from the cold to bring water to the masses under Mbeki. One theme underpins Ronnie Kasrils’ life: champion of the underdog.
Originally published June 2011 Argue all you want, but the case can be made that next to, say, George Clooney (and, okay, Keith Richards), Justin Timberlake is the coolest dude on the planet. The handprints on his bedroom wall alone could seal the deal; he has opened his man cave to Britney Spears, Fergie, Alyssa […]
Bear Grylls has become known around the world as one of the most recognized faces of survival and outdoor adventure. In this revealing interview he discusses his biggest fears, the importance of father-son bonding time and his latest in a long line of battle scars.
In the past, a chance to interview Charlie Sheen was irresistible to the media. Charlie never minded dissing other actors or recounting a bacchanalian adventure. But he also believed in telling it like it is, or at least as he saw it. Today, Charlie is more wary when it comes to shooting off his mouth.
A candid conversation in 1985 with Steve Jobs about making computers, making mistakes and making millions with the young entrepreneur who sparked a business revolution.