ART STATE publisher Mpho Matsitle followed the exploits of Hlox Da Rebel at the 21st Poetry Africa.
Mpho Matsitle relives the evening of Harvest Live in Concert.
When poetry shows are attended by audiences who are attracted to the art and not narcissistic proclivities, both the poet and the industry grow, says Mpho Matsitle.
Well-traveled bassist Mlungisi Gegana treated the people of Mangaung to an evening of jazz conversations, reports Mpho Matsitle.
Mpho Matsitle describes Macufe Jazz as a nostalgic and euphoric grand affair to his newborn Godchild, K.
Noxy has a presence of a diva: it is in how she carries herself, the way she talks, her general posture, writes Mpho Matsitle
Macufe is slowly but surely losing its ‘cultural festival’ impetus, observes Mpho Matsitle
As the year of OR Tambo marches towards its end, Sipho Mnyakeni is fighting hard for the legacy of Tambo to never end, writes Mpho Matsitle
“Every struggle song is about him; who is this Oliver?” Poet and playwright Sipho Mnyakeni employs the innocent prattle of a young girl to pierce through the façade of celebration, writes Mpho Matsitle
HARVEST Live in Concert backing vocalists are a lively family with diverse yet corresponding personalities, writes Mpho Matsitle