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Covid-19 cancellations hurt artists

Artist have criticised the minister’s lack of vision; meanwhile, small businesses are also being hit hard

Covid-19 concerns close doors on Cape’s money-spinning events

The Two Oceans ultramarathon is latest in a slew of high-profile gatherings to be cancelled due to the pandemic

Lady Zamar: Is a woman’s word ever good enough on its own?

After news that house songstress Lady Zamar opened a rape case against hip-hop crooner Sjava, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival has removed him from its 2020 lineup

Slice of life: Rest easy, Roy

'He had beauty in him and perhaps more than just a little darkness'

Keep walking: Mulatu Astatke remains a musician in motion

The Ethiopian jazz master continues to attract attention with his very own blend of Ethio-Jazz

Cramped festival, hot music and all that jazz

The Cape Town Jazz Festival needn't rely on vibe and, even though some stages are a sonic nightmare, the music carries the event.

​Best of the jazz fest in Cape Town this weekend

Sindi-Leigh McBride recommends who to look out for at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.

Cape Town Jazz Fest 2016: Line up promises to dazzle fans

Some local jazz heavyweights and a clutch of crowd pullers are setting the right tone for next year's festival.

Cape Town International Jazz Festival: Groove with Amel Larrieux

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.

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