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The Mahala website

Mahala is an open access, online South African music, culture and reality magazine which reports on South African culture.

Website address is: http://www.mahala.co.za/


Media Club South Africa

A website sponsored and run by Brand South Africa[1], it claims to be a resource on all matters relating to the country. According to the website (http://www.mediaclubsouthafrica.com/about-us-83), the site is "..a free service for all media professionals - journalists, editors, writers, designers, picture editors and more - as well as for nonprofit organisations and private individuals."

Its specific focus is on South Africa and Africa and the site purports to offer in-depth encyclopaedic background articles and up-to-date news and feature articles, along with a comprehensive library of high-resolution images by South African photographers.

All this is of use to the researcher, but unfortunately the section South African Theatre[2], while giving a brief and in some ways quite useful overview of some of the key developments in the evolution of theatre in the 20th century, also displays a very strong tendency to want to rewrite the past and therefore making enormous factual errors in the process. Unfortunately the article provide any references to the sources used.

Read more on the site at http://www.mediaclubsouthafrica.com/about-us-83#ixzz5ij5lLGUE

Megan's Head, the theatre blog

Megan's Head is a blogspot on theatre and related matters by Megan Furniss (also known as Megan Choritz), created in 2007, to review plays and comment on theatre matters.

Website address : http://www.meganshead.co.za/about/

MLA Actor's Management website

The website of Moonyeenn Lee Associates (MLA), very useful source of biographies for active artists

Website address is: http://www.mlasa.com/

Musicals101.com

Subtitled "The Cyber Encyclopedia of Musical Theatre, Film and Television", it is an international source on musicals of all kinds - including burlesques, pantomimes, vaudevilles, etc. Created, compiled and maintained by John Kenrick[3].

Website address: http://www.musicals101.com/contents.htm

My View by Robyn Sassen and other writers

Started in April 2014, this is an arts-focused blog initiated and run by arts critic Robyn Sassen. It is subtitled The arts at large by Robyn Sassen and other writers and posts articles on a wide range of topics and issues in the arts, including theatre, film, media and performance. The "other writers" include Geoff Sifrin, Gillian Rennie, and a large number of freelance and ad hoc contributors.

Website address: http://robynsassenmyview.wordpress.com

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