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Stevie, Festac and a grenade

The singer recalls her time with Stevie Wonder at Festac, as well as her escape from an explosion

From the archives: Black Magic

Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder Joseph Shabalala passed on this morning. In 2009 Niren Tolsi spoke to him after the group received their third Grammy

Acceptance speech politics

The pomp and ceremony of music award events cannot escape sociopolitical realities, if acceptance speeches are anything to go by

The weekly pop sack: Life in the time of disgrace

​South Africa lost some more moral ground last weekend.

Lamar shut out as Swift, Sheeran, Mars win top Grammy awards

Pop artist Taylor Swift edged out rapper Kendrick Lamar to win the album of the year award for '1989' - and make history.

Will it be Grammy number two for SA flute sensation?

Wouter Kellerman already has one statuette in the bag for his world music-infused classical sounds, and is crossing his fingers for a second.

Q&A: Ladysmith Black Mambazo talks new album; Grammy nomination & the Mambazo legacy

The all-male a cappella singing group received its 16th Grammy award nomination for the album "Music from Inala".

Grammy awards 2016: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and the Weeknd lead nominations

This year's shortlist has been announced, with seven nominations for the pop, rap and R&B stars.

Grammys: Kanye West, Prince and an award-less Iggy Azalea steal the show

The internet was shocked by the Australian rapper's no-win, while Kanye West's rant about Beck's award trended on Twitter. Here's a Grammy round up.

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