Johannesburg, Singer/songwriter NOMISUPASTA is to set the stage ablaze at the Soweto Theatre on Saturday the 28th January at 20:00. she will be performing songs from her popular debut album. Her debut, self-titled album Nomisupasta won a South African Music Award for Best African alternative.
Sensational South African a-capella group THE SOIL will kickstart 2017 and a new Kaya FM 95.9 Bassline music series by performing live at The Lyric at Gold Reef City on Saturday 4th February 2017.
Cape Town – Following the success of her first EP released in August 2016, ‘Average Jane’, 24 year old singer and songwriter, Amy Tjasink has launched an all-new 5 track EP titled ‘In the Dark’. This EP sees a different side of Tjasink as she unveils electronic/urban pop tracks that have been written by her and produced by Colin Sher from Cosher Recording Studios.
They say “life begins at 40”…
Riaad Moosa invites the audience along to his brand new one-man show, Life Begins, to join in figuring out whether life really does begin at 40. The tour kicks off at the Golden Arrow Studio at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town from the 27th of January to the 25th of February.
This February, Durban will erupt in laughter as the biggest comedians from all over South Africa hit the stage for the 2017 kick-off of the world tour of Kings & Queens of Comedy on 11 February at the Durban ICC.
Limpopo rapper and singer-songwriter Lezy De Yong released his debut single, “Blesser.” The song is presented by Pretoria based recording label, BoiBoi Music and produced by William the African.
Ga-Rempheri in Polokwane is yet to see another year of the fun filled Molepo Dam All White Party. The event was started last year by Tornado Softanyce and Bluebirds Entertainment, joined by Candy Tsamandebele Foundation for this year’s installment. Candy Tsa Mandebele forms part of the lineup for the event including Limpopo’s breakout star King Monada.
Check full list of line-up below…
The show will start at exactly 12 pm on the 24th December 2016. For more information, contact Mokgoduso on 076 414 7653.
The Heritage sector of South Africa now prides itself with a magazine, called Discover Heritage that aims to educate the world about the rich heritage and cultural pride of South African people. The magazine is a property of the National Heritage Council of South Africa (NHC), charged with a mandate to preserve the country’s heritage.