From the coherent choice of songs to Brenda Yalezo’s thematically profound act of taking off her shoes on stage, Keletso Mofokeng’s show was one memorable parable of divine rest, writes Ace Moloi
While South Africans were recovering from wrestling each other for the cheapest TV on Black Friday, Bloemfontein artists gathered in their numbers for a priceless Black Friday deal in the form of a free television masterclass, writes Ace Moloi.
Truth be told, Khumo “K.Set” Sethoba is a profound word magician who writes soulfully and recites fluently, observes Ace Moloi.
Ace Moloi was at the prestigious Liberty Radio Awards and decided to be generous with his notes.
Verve K’s EP is for everyone who still has faith in music as art and not just noise, writes Ace Moloi.
“I leave no stone unturned; even on rainy days the stage gets dusty.” ~ Kedibone Mohapi
Among the many things I do for a living, I write. I’ve been writing professionally for over five years now, and my writings – like this text – have always been in English.
Radio 2000’s breakfast show serves justice to the airwaves, and just ice for our morning blues, writes Ace Moloi.
Fana Mini’s rise to stardom is a story of perseverance, sacrifice and humility, writes Ace Moloi.
Love, Crime and Johannesburg PR Officer and ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reflects on the production’s behind-the-scenes.