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Whoosh! smartphone screen cleaner

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In the pursuit of cleaner, germ-free phones and devices, Gammatek is distributing Whoosh! – a gadget and smartphone cleaner.
 
Whoosh! is tested and proven to make device screens 99% cleaner and germ free. It is non toxic and safe to use on all screens and lenses, from mobile phones and tablets, to camera lenses, eyeglasses and smart watch screens. Whoosh! is alcohol and ammonia free so no harmful residue is transferred onto fingers. The proprietary formula leaves a nano-thin, anti-static and invisible coating that repels and resists dust, smudges and fingerprints.

Whoosh! is available from all leading outlets across the country in three package sizes; Compact (8ml) which delivers about 100 sprays for R149, Go (30ml) which delivers about 250 sprays for R199,  and Duo (100ml and 8ml) delivering a combined 900 sprays for R399.

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Whoosh! smartphone screen cleaner

In the pursuit of cleaner, germ-free phones and devices, Gammatek is distributing Whoosh! – a gadget and smartphone cleaner.

Whoosh! is tested and proven to make device screens 99% cleaner and germ free. It is non toxic and safe to use on all screens and lenses, from mobile phones and tablets, to camera lenses, eyeglasses and smart watch screens. Whoosh! is alcohol and ammonia free so no harmful residue is transferred onto fingers. The proprietary formula leaves a nano-thin, anti-static and invisible coating that repels and resists dust, smudges and fingerprints.

Whoosh! is available from all leading outlets across the country in three package sizes; Compact (8ml) which delivers about 100 sprays for R149, Go (30ml) which delivers about 250 sprays for R199,  and Duo (100ml and 8ml) delivering a combined 900 sprays for R399.

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Tuca & Bertie – Netflix Original

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Tuca & Bertie is an animated comedy series about the friendship between two 30-year-old bird-women who live in the same apartment building: Tuca (Tiffany Haddish), a cocky, care-free toucan, and Bertie (Ali Wong), an anxious, daydreaming songbird.

Lisa Hanawalt (BoJack Horseman) created the series, which consists of 10-episodes for its first season. Hanawalt is an executive producer alongside Raphael Bob-Waksberg (BoJack Horseman), Noel Bright (BoJack Horseman, Friends), Steven A. Cohen (BoJack Horseman, Jack & Bobby), Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong.  The series is produced by Michael Eisner’s The Tornante Company and animation is done by ShadowMachine.

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Homecoming: A film by Beyoncé – Netflix Exclusive

Netflix has released Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, which presents an intense and intimate look at her historic 2018 Coachella performance that paid homage to America’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). She was the first black woman to headline Coachella.

Click here to watch the trailer, and to read about the film.

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Interspersed with candid footage and interviews detailing the preparation and powerful intent behind her vision, Homecoming gives a peek into the process and emotional and physical sacrifices it took to conceptualise and execute a performance that became a cultural movement. This stand-alone Netflix original is now available globally.

Homecoming recognises the African American visionaries who inspired Beyoncé, including HBCU alums Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, activist Marian Wright Edelman, and scholar W.E.B. Du Bois, in addition to cultural luminaries like Nina Simone, Maya Angelou, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and Audre Lorde. Beyoncé’s personal knowledge of the relevance and celebration of HBCUs started with her father, Mathew Knowles, an alumnus of Fisk University.

Shot over eight months, the film follows the global entertainer as she returns to the stage after the birth of her twins. it highlights the comprehensive preparation involved in creating her groundbreaking performance, including four months of band rehearsals followed by four months of dance rehearsals. More than 150 musicians, dancers and other creatives were hand-picked by the artist herself.

In juggling dual roles as director of both her live performance and the film that captured the process of making it, Beyoncé said: “It was one of the hardest jobs I have taken on but I knew that I had to push myself and my team to go beyond great to legendary. We knew nothing like this was ever done on a festival level before and it needed to be iconic beyond compare. The performance was a homage to an important part of African American culture. It had to be true to those who know and entertaining and enlightening to those who needed to learn. In making the film and re-telling the story, the purpose remained the same.”

Many in the cast, from band and singers to dancers and steppers are former HBCU students, immersed in the HBCU marching band tradition.  They joined Beyoncé’s own group of performers, some of whom have toured with her for years. Viewers not only get to see the intense dance rehearsals and talent of these amazing artists, but hear their personal journey from HBCU student to artist and the lifelong impact that comes from performing alongside Beyoncé in this historic concert.

“So many people who are culturally aware and intellectually sound are graduates from historically black colleges and universities, including my father,” she says in the film. “There is something incredibly important about the HBCU experience that must be celebrated and protected.”

Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé was directed and produced by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter. Longtime collaborator Ed Burke served as co-director. Steve Pamon and Erinn Williams are executive producers.

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