Artists ask Zuma to prioritise arts
Feb11

Artists ask Zuma to prioritise arts

A day before the State of the Nation Address (SONA), South African artists have called on President Jacob Zuma to address issues affecting the arts. Gospel star Kholeka Dubula said: “We would like to hear the President speaking about challenges that we face as artists. Piracy is a problem in our country, most of the artists are not releasing live music because there are people who are stealing music. We have a challenge now of...

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Chaka Chaka, Masekela, Worried About African Music
Apr09

Chaka Chaka, Masekela, Worried About African Music

Talented songstress and Grammy-nominated Amel Larrieux closed the 16th Cape Town International Jazz festival with a heart-wrenching and emotional performance of her old famous and newer songs. She is a founding member of the Groove Theory duo, mostly known for songs such as Tell Me, Never Enough and Hello It’s Me , among others. However, while performing at the festival, she mostly sang songs from solo projects including Sweet...

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