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The singer-songwriter is back with a new album that features 10 new songs he recorded with an orchestra and choir. Stream his latest album here.
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Drawing crowds of more than 150 000 people, the annual festival has catered to a predominately Afrikaans audience in the past - but not this year.
Despite a line-up hot enough to make any fan want to get their hands on a ticket, the sound at Nasrec was bad enough to make you want to leave.
This year's Joy of Jazz line-up included the likes of Grammy Award-winners Gregory Porter, Dianne Reeves and Roy Hargrove to name a few.
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.
The introduction of the Zondile family has brought some spark back to Isidingo. The M&G caught up with Noluthando Meje, who plays Zukisa Zondile.