Singer-songwriter brings home the award for Best African Music Performance in the category’s first year
The spirit of the original group formed in the 1960s is still present today
Arguably the most anticipated African film, ‘Music Is My Life’ is a standout selection for this year’s festival and it hits all the right notes
Fans are desperate to return but authorities in the sector have shown little appetite to tackle difficult questions
The founder of the group’s openness to collaboration took Ladysmith Black Mambazo’s isicathamiya music around the globe
Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder Joseph Shabalala passed on this morning. In 2009 Niren Tolsi spoke to him after the group received their third Grammy
The all-male a cappella singing group received its 16th Grammy award nomination for the album "Music from Inala".
The new national hub in Jo’burg city centre realises democracy’s vision of freeing local musicians’ talent.
Readers write in about South Africa’s heritage and Johan Booysen.
Created by Shabalala and directed by Edmund Mhlongo, the new musical pays tribute to the group’s journey and its success.
Plans for a gig in London have revived the controversy over Paul Simon’s boycott-breaking
Sam Leith explains how a Lion King bum bag can tell you all you need to know about South African culture.
The day after receiving his third Grammy, Joseph Shabalala spent two hours on his hotel room phone chatting to Niren Tolsi about award fever.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo won the best traditional world music album at the 2009 Grammy Awards on Sunday for their album <em>Ilembe</em>.