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The 10 best South African music videos of 2016

by: Aseza Pupuma - 19 December 2016

The 10 best South African music videos of 2016

We compile a list of some of the music videos that we thought deserved a standing ovation this year, from Kwesta’s James Bond-esque “Mayibabo”, the short film that is “Ekuseni” by Sjava, the minimalistic “Come to my Kasi” by Priddy Ugly, and more. The list is in no particular order. 1. DJ Citi Lyts ft....

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Countdown to Aids benefit concert this Saturday

by: Gabriela Mc Gowan - 12 July 2016

Countdown to Aids benefit concert this Saturday

  As the weekend inches closer, so does the anticipation for the “Keep The Promise” free concert and march to be held 16 July at Durban’s Sahara Stadium Kingsmead, hosted by the Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF). Everyone is bubbling with excitement to see Queen Latifah, Common and Mi Casa come together on stage for the...

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Common & Latifah support HIV/AIDS concert in SA

by: Gabriela Mc Gowan - 18 May 2016

Common & Latifah support HIV/AIDS concert in SA

Twitter was in a state of rapture when the news broke that Queen Latifah and Common were gracing our shores in July this year. The pair, who were a trending topic yesterday afternoon will be performing at the free “Keep The Promise” free concert at Durban’s Sahara Stadium Kingsmead, hosted by AHF (Aids Healthcare Foundation). Aimed at...

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Rocka Headphone

by: Mpho Lehlongwa - 2 September 2014

Rocka Headphone

Have you ever wondered about those dope headphones worn on stage or behind the decks by the likes of Khuli Chana, DJ Zinhle, Mi Casa, Danny K and DJ Tira? Well those are supplied by a company called Rocka Headphones and each artist got together with this brand in order to create an individual set...

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Mi Casa bring down the house at Pretoria’s Women’s Prison

by: Lesedi Montjane - 27 August 2013

Mi Casa bring down the house at Pretoria’s Women’s Prison

Pretoria’s central correctional centre is located on a street that a regular GPS would not be able recognise, and although the high walls and steel doors are disarming it almost feels like a community of its own. The female section is found on the far right side, isolated and seemingly small with maze-like corridors. Patrolling...

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