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Take your art to the next level with the #OwnYourMark workshops

by: Sanelisiwe Maliza - 11 January 2018

Take your art to the next level with the #OwnYourMark workshops

Calling all artists looking to step up their digital game and take their art to the next level! British Council in partnership with Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) and Digify Africa bring you a brand new training programme designed to give artists the skills they need to make the most of the digital world...

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Young artists on race, gender and sexuality

by: Johannesburg Contributor - 14 July 2015

Young artists on race, gender and sexuality

“I live in a country that is hyper sensitive about race, gender and everything in between so it’s not something I can simply ignore to sing about bubblegum and ice-cream,” says Umlilo, a Cape Town based genre-bending performing artist. Performing artist duo Faka, and Umlilo are young artists whose creative missions tell the story of...

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South Africans hitting the airwaves abroad

by: Sinazo Mkoko - 29 January 2014

South Africans hitting the airwaves abroad

  What comes into your mind when thinking about South African Music Industry? Boring?  Wack? No future? Good? Not bad? Or we’re getting there? Okay whatever your opinion is on this one, the fact is; Mzansi does have Global Ambassadors and those are our very own local musicians. Take Toya Delazy for example, the girl...

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Artists to look out for in 2014

by: Lethabo Bogatsu - 5 January 2014

Artists to look out for in 2014

2013 was a really good year in terms of music, but we predict that 2014 will be an even better year. Particularly for the following musicians.   CHANCE THE RAPPER Born Chancelor Bennett, and raised in Chicago, the same city as his influencer Kanye West. The 20-year-old rapper has worked with the likes of other...

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