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Brenda Yalezo’s penwomanship unlocks her as a versatile songwriter and worshipper who has died to herself for the gospel to be sung through her, notes Ace Moloi.
The prohibition is over, the doors of culture are open, and the lights are back on at the Performing Arts Centre of the Free State. ART STATE publisher Mpho Matsitle spent six interesting nights there and chooses to kiss and tell.
Ntliziyo Yami singer and Afro-soul songwriter, S’nazo, is back on the music charts with a new love song called Come Back to Me.
The Vrystaat Arts Festival, in cooperation with the University of the Free State, presents the fourth Vrystaat Literature Festival from 1-6 July. Comprising more than 70 events, involving a wide variety of themes and topics, there truly will be something for every taste.
Working class mobilization often begins with this Marx-inspired cry: “Workers of the world, unite. You only have your chains to lose.” In this opinion piece, musician Theo Mnikes calls on local gospel artists to also unite as they only have their poorly attended shows to lose.
As politicians feared losing their wards, Free State gospel artists geared for their awards, writes Art State Editor Ace Moloi.
Fana Mini’s rise to stardom is a story of perseverance, sacrifice and humility, writes Ace Moloi.