Following Simphiwe Dana's scathing tweets about a photo of the star holding women by hair leashes, Molekane says the imagery aims to tell a story.
The international event shone the spotlight on the extraordinary impact the country’s musicians - past and present - have had on the genre.
The Claude Cozens Trio and US singer Amel Larrieux are some of many musicians announced to play at the annual, weekend-long event in March next year.
The cultural scene in Johannesburg’s inner city spawned the birth of a number of experimental black music acts. Kwanele Sosibo tracks their evolution.
The SA drummer and band leader of Kesivan and the Lights speaks to Johann Vollenhoven about playing at Carnegie Hall and the "mysteries of music".
Following rumours that Beyonce would release a second surprise album, her representative says the US singer will release a boxset of her 2013 album.
The drummer and record producer Style Scott, who was a founding member of Roots Radics, was found dead at his home in Jamaica.
Standard Bank Young Artist of the Year for jazz winner and composer Nduduzo Makhathini draws a firm connection between his music and spirituality.
The M&G has been given one of the first listens to the award-winning actor's new album "Mi Mandela", a concept album based on the music Madiba liked.
Damien Rice has released a behind-the-scenes video of the making of "My Favourite Faded Fantasy", set for release locally next month.
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.
Anyone who says SA is starved for international concerts is definitely living under a rock. Check out these international acts coming to SA's shores.
Wired for Sound is a mobile musical machine. Its pilot project resulted in a 17-track album, a framework to support community radio.
As musicians like Jessie Ware and FKA twigs create a fresh sound, Zodwa Kumalo-Valentine looks at the new wave of R&B.
Artists are angry the city was to spend R65-million on TribeOne festival while they are neglected.
The TribeOne event crashed because organisers were too ambitious and did not take enough responsibility, say promoters of other festivals.
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.
The singer's melodies continue to pioneer Afrikaans rock music but, for some, his conservative inclinations may blur their beauty, writes Chris Roper.
New initiative Littlegig is well-intentioned and puts on a good show, but remains a commodity that functions only to confirm middle-class privilege.