Carlo Mombelli, Sannie Fox, The Brother Moves On and Madala Kunene outshine the foreign acts in a two-day smorgasbord of music in Cape Town.
Cape Town’s World Music Festival is over its funding hurdles and promises to make up for lost time.
The last founding member of US punk band The Ramones, drummer Tommy Ramone, has died at the age of 62.
Nhlanhla Majozi quit his job at the bank to study music and now has a radio hit single just a year after launching his music career.
The Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival nurtures a passion for music among talented students.
With more than 120 stages and countless performers, Glastonbury - one of the biggest music festivals in the world - is not for the fainthearted.
Dorothy Masuka has been singing for most of her 77 years - and these days her schedule is busier than ever.
The soul artist who worked with musicians such as Sam Cooke, Damon Albarn and Gorillaz has died after a career spanning nearly six decades.
Popular radio Metro FM host, Eddie Zondi, has died reportedly from a heart attack at the age of 47.
Despite tweets about MTV Africa Music awards host Marlon Wayans's supposedly offensive jokes, the US star was a great host, writes Rhodé Marshall.
Spacious Braamfontein jazz club The Orbit gets the mix just right in a number of crucial areas.
Despite the country's political issues and a cultural boycott, Swaziland's Bushfire organisers put on a good show in hopes of promoting social change.
The South Korean pop star's video for "Gangnam Style" has smashed through the two billion views mark on YouTube, trouncing Justin Bieber's "Baby".
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.
Neil Young still dreams of playing Carnegie Hall, but a local jazz musician blows such a mean sax he’ll grace the hallowed hall at the age of just 24.
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.
Three major UK acts appear alongside TV chefs at the DStv festival, now in its second year, at Emmarentia Dam in Johannesburg.
The Foreign Exchange is headed to Johannesburg this week for their debut South African performance.
Music from around our continent keeps giving the rest of the world's best a run for their money.