“It’s Me, Marah” – Marah Louw Book Review
Jul16

“It’s Me, Marah” – Marah Louw Book Review

By: Zama Khumalo When you are able to tell the world of your struggles and victories, what do you get? A legendary singing and acting sensation, who would entertain the world and leave a lasting legacy in the hearts of many adoring fans far and wide. With a career spanning for over 40 years, now is the time to listen to what Marah Teboho Louw has to say and hear her truth. Raised in Soweto, Marah Teboho Louw always knew that...

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COVER STORY: Siyanda Calvin Of Ntenga Foundation
Jul11

COVER STORY: Siyanda Calvin Of Ntenga Foundation

By: Zama Khumalo From very humble beginnings, Siyanda Calvin Ntenga has worked very hard not only to transform his own life but to extend his generous hand to those even less fortunate than he is. He has made it his personal mission to bring dignity to hundreds of rural learners in poverty stricken schools, by donating his own personal brand of school shoes. Coming from the outskirts of Esikhaleni, near Richards Bay, Ntenga decided...

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Music Video Review: Holly Rey – Deeper
Jun30

Music Video Review: Holly Rey – Deeper

By: Zama Khumalo Located in a scrapyard, the scene is set with Afro Pop sensation Holly Rey seated on a car seat with an umbrella in her hands. Her alluring black dress matched with a pretty pink jersey, sets the tone for the music video which is funky but charming. The video quickly transitions to Holly in an underground parking, surrounded by Kwaito dancers who are dressed in white. Her clothing has changed from a black dress to a...

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Music Review – Nasty C The “King of the Jungle” –
Jun29

Music Review – Nasty C The “King of the Jungle” –

By: Zama Khumalo Rap artist extraordinaire, Nasty C has returned with two fantastic singles called “King” featuring international rap artist, ASAP Ferg and “Jungle”. These are just some of the singles, which will be featured on his new album “Strings and Bling”. In “King”, the song speaks about what bothers him about the things that people say and do. Subliminally, he seems to be talking about someone in this song, hence why he keeps...

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1-on-1 With The Music Imbizo’s Project Manager Sphe Mbhele
Jun11

1-on-1 With The Music Imbizo’s Project Manager Sphe Mbhele

By: Zama Khumalo Born and raised in Carletonville, Music Imbizo Project Manager; Sphe Mbhele has spent his life dedicating his passion towards ensuring the attainment of the greater goal of musicians by ensuring that they receive not only their fair share from their hard work but also instilling in them what the music industry entails. “Music has always been a part of my life. I am grateful that my “cousin-sister” introduced me...

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