Cape Town Jazz Festival

The Portfolio: Tseliso Monaheng

"Prophets of Da City also represent what hip-hop heads become when they grown older."

Still hot, if a little cramped

​The Cape Town Jazz Festival’s line-up of artists helped sweep away even the weekend’s politics.

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.

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SABC pulls the plug on Cape Town Jazz Festival

Eight days ahead of “Africa’s Grandest Gathering”, the SABC has announced that it will no longer be the media sponsor of the festival.

Festival needs fine-tuning

The music was excellent, but the conventional organisation of the Cape Town Jazz Festival went against the grain.

Fashion and photography for Cape Town Jazz Festival 2014

Music remains centre stage at Jazz Fest 2014, but its full schedule will include a fashion show and photographic exhibition honouring Nelson Mandela.

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