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Spring is in the air and it’s the perfect time to uplift your spirits or even relive some happier childhood moments. We’ve found the best games, movies and things to do online to add some summer cheer and add a little spring to your September step.
The adorable purple dragon first came to our PlayStation 20 years ago and, on 21 September, Spyro is back! The platform video game featuring a loveable purple dinosaur who had to free his dragon friends from crystal prisons. He travelled the world through various portals. The trilogy has been remastered with vivid colours and gorgeous new animations but with the same gameplay, we loved. It will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This is a great video game if you’re looking for something whimsical that will remind you of ice cream and lazy school holidays with a game controller in hand.
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Spring always marks the need for a declutter and reinvention. What better way to start than with learning a new skill or expanding your horizons? Udemy.com is a free online learning platform that offers up more than 80 000 courses created by people around the world. The courses are aimed at working professionals looking to learn who might not necessarily have a full-blown qualification. The length of course and study time varies from course to course with some work helping you improve job-related skills while others are simply just a journey into the interesting. Courses are relatively cheap starting at around R130 and you can study anything from basic drawing courses to learning about artificial intelligence development.
Watch: A Simple Favour
Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively star in A Simple Favour, set for release on 28 September. The movie follows a mommy vlogger who sets off to investigate her best friend’s recent disappearance from their small town. The adventure sees her teaming up with said friend’s husband and includes a series of thrilling twists and turns. The movie is based on the novel by Darcey Bell and the screenplay was written by Jessica Sharzer. This one will get your heart racing and your mind working overtime!
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Enjoy: Mihlali N
South African beauty YouTuber Mihlali N is a must-watch for September. Her makeup tutorials are easy to follow and filled with bright pops of colour and brave statement looks that your beauty routine NEEDS for spring. Her pink barbie tutorial is a must see but be sure to watch her various product reviews as well. If you need a little pick up me up her vlogs showcase the behind the scenes look at glamorous parties and high fashion features. There is something for everyone on this local YouTube channel.
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Hello Joburg was first published in April 1980 as a monthly restaurant and entertainment magazine. Over the years we have developed a network of patriotic Joburgers that love nothing more than sharing their experiences in this beautiful city!