05 Dec 2012 00:00 - Mpho Moshe Matheolane The Nina Simone biopic debacle shows there will always be a problem when the representation of another is concerned, writes Mpho Moshe Matheolane.
22 Jun 2012 00:00 - Lloyd Gedye Hugh Masekela has plenty to keep him busy: a new studio, a new label and a further two albums to be released before the end of the year.
05 Apr 2012 00:00 - Atiyyah Khan It has been a huge week for Hugh Masekela. Not only did he celebrate his 73rd birthday, but he also launched a new album and a record label.
04 Mar 2012 06:41 - The South African jazz trumpeter talks to David Smith about the legacy of apartheid, Nelson Mandela and squandering $50-million.
30 Nov 2011 14:14 - Lisa Van Wyk The first South African edition of legendary music magazine Rolling Stone launched in November. We speak to editor-in-chief Miles Keylock.
02 Sep 2011 00:00 - Percy Zvomuya Port Elizabeth's teenage sensation have the potential to survive prodigy burn-out.
28 Mar 2011 11:55 - Nikiwe Bikitsha Words and songs have long inspired us. "If music be the food of love, play on," said William Shakespeare, writes Nikiwe Bikitsha.
05 Apr 2009 09:58 - Fran Blandy Hugh Masekela is still mixing politics and music, warning that SA could lose the magic conjured up during the creative explosion under apartheid.
03 Mar 2009 00:00 - Percy Zvomuya On the eve of his 70th birthday, Hugh Masekela is blunt about 'death of the arts' and challenges facing South Africa, writes Percy Zvomuya.
14 Nov 2008 06:00 - Robin Denselow IN MEMORIAM: In Miriam Makeba's last interview she spoke to Robin Denselow about how hard it was to retire.
25 Feb 2008 06:59 - Zahira Kharsany Tourist guides from across Gauteng gathered under a hot marquee for the International Tourist Guides' Day at Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg last week -- and, for a change, were on the receiving end of an educational tour. "We are who we are through others," were the words of Lungi Morrison, of the Gauteng Tourism Authority.
06 Jul 2007 13:36 - Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya meets legendary South African jazz drummer Makhaya Ntshoko and his quintet.