• A conversation with our Jazz Masters

    By Nomali Cele Kaya FM loves jazz. The existence of Jazzuary is a testament to the reverence we have for the music and the arts it surrounds. We spoke to Brenda Sisane, host of The Art of Sunday, and Greg Maloka, MD of Kaya FM about jazz. During the conversation, Sisane says, “I think it [&hellip...

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  • [VIDEO] Mzwandile Buthelezi shares insight on how jazz inspires his art

    "I start my drawings with literally no thought. But when I listen to the music that's when I start to see images. " - Mzwandile Buthelezi, Graphic Designer.

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  • 13 January 2017 – Jazzuary Masterclass – Tlokwe Sehume – Musician and Visual Artist

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  • We Lost Thandi Klaasen

    By Nomali Cele Jazz legend Thandi Klaasen (86) passed away on Sunday, January 15. Klaasen was one of a few still-living jazz legends from the 1960s jazz era. Klassen was born in 1931 and grew up in the incomparable Sophiatown. Of course, Sophiatown was a cultural hub bubbling with the arts. It wa...

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  • 5 Things that Should be in the Miriam Makeba Biopic

    By Nomali Cele Africa has numerous music icons. Very few come close to the legendary status of the late, great Miriam Makeba. It was announced in November 2016, eight years since her passing in 2008, that our Mama Africa will be the subject of a biopic that’s currently in development. Aside from ...

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  • 12 January 2017 – Jazzuary Masterclass – Yonela Mnana – Pianist

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  • [VIDEO] Pianist Yonela Mnana shares insight into the Appreciation of African Jazz

    Pianist Yonela Mnana shares insight into the Appreciation of African Jazz in the #Jazzuary2017 Masterclass.