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South Africa's Cassper Nyovest and K.O dominate this year's nominations, with Nigeria's Davido matching their five nominations each.
SABC and Generations production company MMSV Productions complain they're portrayed as "exploiters" while actors earn, on average, R55 000 a month.
The sacking of the cast of Generations this week has led to a larger industry dialogue about the rights of South African artists.
MMSV Productions, the producers of South Africa's most popular soap opera, Generations, has terminated the contracts of the show's cast members.
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Incognito's done what few in the music industry could do over three decades: stay relevant. We chat to them ahead of the Delicious festival.
Musicians Jonas Gwangwa, Roy Hargrove, Christian Scott and more are set to perform at this year's Joy of Jazz at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Much like previous years, the South African Music awards - SA's longest-running annual music event - just hasn't been able to get it right.