• Fans heartbroken as jazz legend Ray Phiri dies

    MOYAHABO MABEBA and MOKGADI RABOSHAKGA AS THE sun was just about to nose itself from the distant horizon, the heart-rending news befell the South Africa jazz firmament with the passing of one of the greatest jazz maestro of his generation. The passing of legendary musician Raymond Chikapa “Ray” Phiri left jazz devotees heartbroken. Phiri, who […]
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    • 1 month ago
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  • Miss SA survives an attempted car hijack

    KARABO NGOEPE MISS South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters survived an attempted hijacking on Wednesday night in Hyde Park, Johannesburg when three armed men tried to get away with her vehicle. Sun International, the licence holders of the Miss South Africa pageant confirmed the incident stating that Nel-Peters was approached by three armed men who ordered her […]
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    • 2 Months ago
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  • Rapper Kwesta dominates SAMAS with six awards

    KARABO NGOEPE RAPPER Kwesta dominated the 23rd edition of the South African Music Awards (SAMAS) on Saturday evening at the Sun City Superbowl, North West, to cement the incredible year he has had. He walked away with six awards after the event to honour top achieving performers. Kwesta’s dominance started on Friday evening when he got the […]
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    • 3 Months ago
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  • Kgothatso Selala crowned 2017 Miss Tubatse

    RUSSEL MOLELE KGOTHATSO Selala pipped dozens of hopefuls to win the prestigous Miss Tubatse in Burgersfort, Limpopo, at the weekend. Renalda Phala and Koketso Malapane were crowned as First and Second Princess respectively. The function, which showcased beauty and other hidden talents in the mining town, was hosted by the Greater Tubatse/Fetakgomo Municipality in the […]
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    • 3 Months ago
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  • Nasty C Videos Disqualified From SAMA23 Awards, Kwesta Leads Nominations

    KARABO NGOEPE YOUNG sensational rapper Nasty C has been stripped of two of his nominations for the 23rd South African Music Awards. Social media erupted after the nominations were made as many questioned how the Hell Naw hit maker’s two videos got nominated for Video of the Year when they were aired after the closing […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • SAMA 23 NOMINEES LIST

    Best Newcomer of the Year Soul Kulture – Ngeliny’ilanga Babes Wodumo  – Gqom Queen Vol. 1 Sketchy Bongo- Unmasked Nasty C – Bad Hair Extentions Amanda Black – Amazulu Best Duo/Group of the Year The Soil – The Soil Jaziel Brothers – Jaziel Brothers Soul Kulture – Ngeliny’ilanga The Parlotones – Trinkets  Relics & Heirlooms […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • Nasty C Dominates SAMA23 Nominations

    KARABO NGOEPE HIP Hop sensation Nasty C is dominating the nomination list of the 23rd South African Music Awards which will be held in May. The nominees were announced on Thursday night in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni at a glitzy affair. The young rapper bagged six nominations followed by Kwesta with five and another newcomer Amanda […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • King Munada rules FAME awards

    Mogau Phala The annual Film, Arts, Music and Entertainment (F.A.M.E) Awards have returned to Limpopo with a bang, following the inaugural 2015 edition which was marred by shambolic organisation, technical glitches and poor sound quality. The awards, which honour Limpopo’s sons and daughters who excel in various entertainment categories, turned into the King Monada show […]
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    • 11 Months ago
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  • “Michael Jackson” to perform in Joburg next month

      GLACIER NKHWASHU HIS look is the exact image of Michael Jackson, while his dancing mirrors the late pop icon in every detail, blow by blow right down to the smallest mannerism. Singing 100% live lead vocal, his voice replicates the distinctive tones of Jackson – you could be forgiven for believing he mimes. His […]
    • by Piet Rampedi
    • 1 year ago
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  • Muvhango’s first ever Xitsonga-speaking actress makes her clan proud

    GLACIER NKHWASHU XITSONGA-speaking people will finally be represented on the popular SABC 2 soapie, Muvhango. A new role of psychologist Dr Patience, played by Confidence “Connie” Mkansi from Phalaborwa in Limpopo, has been created. On the soapie, Mkansi who appeared for the first time this month, is trying to help Muvhango’s popular and rich businesswoman […]
    • by Piet Rampedi
    • 1 year ago
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