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From performances by AKA to Mafikizolo's big win, here are the highlights of this year's Metro FM Music awards.
Get ready for the 13th annual Metro FM Music Awards, held in Durban for the second consecutive year.
Five former UB40 members have denied that the band will tour SA, saying their name is being expoited, while another three continue to market the show.
Hip-hop artist AKA has tweeted he will not be opening for international acts again because of poor treatment and minimal exposure.
The self-proclaimed King of New York, Kendrick Lamar, performed at Johannesburg Stadium on Saturday evening.
Big Sean, who had the crowd going at a rainy performance in Jo'burg, talks about beats, lyrics, Kanye West, and coming to South Africa.
Kenny Kunene will replace Leon Schuster as this year's Comedy Central roastee, after Schuster's doctors advised him to rest.
Metro FM has announced the nominees for the 13 annual Metro FM Music Awards for 2014.
Neo-soul singer Erykah Badu has been announced to perform at this year's Cape Town jazz festival, along with Kenny Garret, Haitus Kaioyote and more.
Kicking off with Brenda Fassie's "Black President", Grammy award-winning singer Maxwell has dedicated two of his SA performances to Nelson Mandela.