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Thato Madonsela born January 30, , better known by his stage name L-Tido, is a South African hip hop recording artist from Alexandra, Johannesburg. The artist is best known for being one of few independent artists in the country to reach commercial success, winning the Best Newcomer in Africa award at the Channel O Music Video Awards an honour he received without having released an album and receiving numerous other award nominations. The success of the mixtape lead to award nominations and the winning of Channel O’s Most Gifted Newcomer award. All or Nothing On 30 June , L-Tido independently released his debut album, All or Nothing, which was said to reveal everything about his journey and what it took for this rising star to get to where he is. The album includes collaborations with K. S of Jozi and Maggz.

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Thato Madonsela conceived January 30, , better known by his stage name L-Tido, is a South African hip bounce recording craftsman from Alexandra, Johannesburg. He is best known for being one of only a handful couple of free artists[1] in the nation to achieve business achievement, winning the Best Newcomer in Africa grant at the Channel O Music Video Awards[2] a respect he got without having discharged a collection and accepting various other honor designations.

It got a great deal of recognition, with various tunes being played on a few radio stations and garnish various radio and music video diagrams. On 30 June , L-Tido freely discharged his introduction collection, All or Nothing, which was said to uncover everything in regards to his voyage and what it took for this rising star to get to where he is.

The collection incorporates joint efforts with K. S of Jozi and Maggz.

PLOT. Well educated, successful and going places, Lungile Mbatha had it all but the one thing she wanted most, a man! This is the story of so many young women in South Africa and the fate of so many more doing blue chip degrees in university.

With his two-tone brogues, tweed jackets, and occasional bowtie, he looks like something straight out of Sophiatown. He is a fast talking dandy armed with an encyclopedic grasp of all things Pop drawn to noire movies. At a time when so many writers peddle words mostly to pay the rent, Madondo is that rare cat who still answers to a higher cause; the art of it all.

It would be incorrect to call Madondo a reporter even though he has a nose for the news. Little wonder he calls himself a storyteller. But the stories he goes in search of stay with him for a long time. A quick glance at the musicians he loves brings up the baddest rock artists of all time.

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Fikile Makhalemele is an action-oriented professional, who is passionate about reggae music, marketing, events organizing, and management, brands and branding. She then in enrolled at the University of Johannesburg and studied a Diploma in Public Relations Management which she completed in She immediately joined the corporate world as marketing and communications consultant and while working she enrolled to study part time on a mission to further her studies and obtain a Degree in Communication Science.

Iconic South African singer Brenda Fassie would have been 52 today. Whether you know her as “the Queen of Afropop” or “the Madonna of the Townships,” she was a larger-than-life influence.

The South African Afro-pop singer will be recreated by holographic projection technology. This will be the first hologram in Africa and has reportedly calculated to have cost Hansa over R1million. This will surely be a great achievement for South Africa. We will be witnessing something of historic importance and there is no doubt in my mind that people will be absolutely stunned. The hologram will be able to sing, dance, move and even interact with the audience to a certain degree.

Her son, Bongani, will also appear alongside her to perform with his late mother. Kelly Khumalo and The Soil will also be performing a minute tribute to Brenda during the festival. She was voted 17th in The Top Great South Africans and in a life-size bronze sculpture of the singer was made by artist Angus Taylor and installed outside a music venue, Baseline, in Johannesburg. The Hansa Festival of Legends is a 10 hours event from

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He is best known for being one of only a handful couple of free artists[1] in the nation to achieve business achievement, winning the Best Newcomer in Africa grant at the Channel O Music Video Awards[2] a respect he got without having discharged a collection and accepting various other honor designations.

It got a great deal of recognition, with various tunes being played on a few radio stations and garnish various radio and music video diagrams. On 30 June , L-Tido freely discharged his introduction collection, All or Nothing, which was said to uncover everything in regards to his voyage and what it took for this rising star to get to where he is.

So who actually owns the Fassie music rights? This is a question experts in the music industry are asking after it emerged that he sold his publishing rights to Gallo Music for more than R in A source close to the industry, who asked not to be named, said: Another independent source in the music industry, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that Twala sold his publishing rights. This week a fuming Twala refuted the claims, saying it was not true that he sold his publishing rights to Gallo Music.

He said today Bongani insults and badmouths him, but when he was down and out Twala looked after him. Eaton said Twala should not claim he gave Bongani money as if it was coming from his own pocket. At the time of her death, Fassie was reported to have been flat broke having squandered her money on drugs and alcohol. This week Twala said it was strange that no one had said anything about the drug lords who fed Fassie drugs all those years.

In when Fassie and Twala were separating and terminating their contract, Twala filed an affidavit at the South Gauteng High Court [then Witwatersrand local division], claiming that his job with the queen of African pop was extremely difficult.

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Her bold stage antics earned a reputation for “outrageousness”. Affectionately called Mabrr by her fans, she was sometimes described as the “Queen of African Pop”. Fassie was born in Langa, Cape Town, as the youngest of nine children. She was named after the American singer Brenda Lee. Her father died when she was two, and with the help of her mother, a pianist, she started earning money by singing for tourists. In , at the age of 16, she left Cape Town for Soweto, Johannesburg, to seek her fortune as a singer.

We crank up the pace to full blast with an O-Session featuring Jozi. S — the dynamic duo that makes up the group Jozi- take us through the songs as well as the collaborations that added the tantalising ingredient that got them to where they are today. The following week on Thursday 24 March we take it to the hood when old school veterans TKZee meet with new school swag Slikour. TKZee is a group that has rewritten the South African musical history books by becoming the biggest selling Kwaito group in the country.

We travel with the trio from their humble beginnings; the turbulent times that plagued the group members threatening to end their flourishing careers to the release of their breakthrough comeback album titled Coming Home. A two day music experience. S and Bongani Fassie aka Bongz. Once there were four now there are two — Da L. Despite their shortcomings the group is still going strong. The Jozi boys are the complete package as they hold it down on the stage with one of the best stage acts on the local scene.

This is a crew that definitely needs to be seen and heard! Ish holds down the vocals which he has been known to do since the early s within groups like P. S, the US raised Pretty boy of the crew, whose lyrical MC skills ensure that the group not only has the street cred, but also commercial appeal to put them on world stages with the best in the game.

In , the group self produced the single and EP Take it Eezy.

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While, unsurprisingly, their basic concept has remained the same since ancient Egypt, inventors never tired of developing improvements to this invaluable accessory. Here’s a concept for an egg carton as we know it today. Patented by Francis Burkett in , it featured “adequate structural and shock protection properties” and a “secure latch mechanism between its tray and cover”.

The VW Beetle left its mark not only in the automobile industry, but also in the cultural and political history of the modern world. Earlier this year VW announced that the current third generation will be last for this historic design.

Vuyo Mbuli’s widow Savita in a David Tlale outfit at the funeral. He cheated on me with about 18 women, she said. Gallo You see, from the get-go, the scribbling was on the wall: It wouldn’t take long to decrypt it. As early as February, the year gave off a whiff of things to come. When the marriage of Tokyo Sexwale — a former government minister, former premier, indeed a war hero who was thrown into the spotlight in the wake of another hero’s Chris Hani’s cold-blooded death, and now a stupendously wealthy man — unravelled, the nation initially didn’t appear to care.

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