[Daily Maverick] There is always a song, remixed by no-one-knows-who, playing in many of the Cape’s spaces. It’s music that has become a part of the culture of the communities who produce as well as consume it.
[The Herald] Beitbridge Bureau
[The Herald] Arts Correspondent
[IFP] The IFP in Gauteng has noted with deep regret the untimely passing of gospel sensation, Israel Linda Mosehla.
[Nation] Arrangements for the burial of Congolese crooner Nzaya Nzayadio (Muntu wa Nkulu Champion) who succumbed to Covid-19 complications in England are on going.
[New Era] Aletta Shikololo
[The Herald] Sungura artiste Romeo Gasa finally comes out of oblivion after six months of inactivity due to Covid-19 with a performance tomorrow at NashTV’s Zimdancehall vs Sungura clash.
[Leadership] Winner of the Big Brother Naija Season 5, Olamilekan Agbeleshe known as Laycon on Wednesday, was presented with his N30 million cheque which was broadcast live on DStv Channel 198.
[Vanguard] The winner of the Big Brother Naija Season 5, Laycon was the cynosure of all eyes on Wednesday when the presentation of his N30 million cheque was broadcast live on DStv Channel 198.
[This Day] A year after he released his first EP ‘Street’ Dubai-based Nigerian musician and businessman Badmus Akeem better known as Baddy Oosha has dropped another EP. Titled ‘September 30 the EP’, the seven-track EP parades the ingenuity of the music maker and his longtime producer and friend Pjay. Both were stuck in Dubai after … Read moreNigeria: Baddy Oosha Features Naira Marley, Others in New EP