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To Bra Hugh, from the mouths of babes

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World-renowned jazz legend Bra Hugh Masekela has died

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[WATCH] Colin Kgari host this Jazzuary 2018 Masterclass

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A look at the relationship between Fashion and jazz

By Mxolisi Mhlongo Fashion and jazz have always inspired modern day culture. Some of the greatest...

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[WATCH] Vuyiswa Xekatwane host this Jazzuary 2018 Masterclass

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Obrigado! Paying homage to Latin music influence

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[WATCH] Tlale Makhene present today’s Jazzuary 2018 Masterclass

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[WATCH] A Jazzuary 2018 Masterclass with Paul Hanmer

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The influence of literature in South African Jazz

Jazz is no longer considered as a genre that caters for the older generation only. Young people h...

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