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Entertainment round-up: More drama for DJ Sbu

Another brand distances itself from radio personality DJ Sbu's energy drink and Grammy winning singer Chaka Khan's coming to SA has made headlines.

Khuli Chana case: Police hug, apologise to rapper

The award-winning rapper has expressed his happiness over the withdrawal of the case against two police officers who shot and wounded him.

Nakhane Touré pegged as Sama 2014 favourite

The South African Music Awards has released its 2014 nominations, with the emotive newcomer Nakhane Touré leading the bunch.

Metro FM Music Awards nominees announced

Metro FM has announced the nominees for the 13 annual Metro FM Music Awards for 2014.

Khuli Chana demands compensation from police

After being shot and missing a performance, hip-hop musician Khuli Chana's lawyers have submitted a letter to the police demanding compensation.

Africa’s musical greats gather for Channel O awards

From P-Square to AKA, the 10th Channel O Africa Music Video Awards featured and honoured some of the continent's most influential musicians.

Maftown Heights hits Jo’burg

Maftown Heights has returned to Newtown, Johannesburg, and will be featuring some of the hottest SA hip-hop acts around.

Police still probing Chana murder case

Police say they have not charged musician Khuli Chana with murder as the investigation into the case is still continuing.

Khuli Chana shooting a symptom of inept ‘use of force’ policy

When musician Khuli Chana was shot by the police on Monday morning, the officers may themselves have been unclear on whether they were acting legally.

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