• Priceless Jazz Experiences

    As the credit card advert says, some things, regardless of how much they cost, are just priceless. It doesn’t really matter how far you had to fly or if your luggage got lost when you’re pursuing a pure, incomparable experience. Some would name Woodstock as that experience, while South African ja...

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  • Jazz and Food

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  • The jazz capitals of the world

    Jazz resonates. That is what has made the music and stories carried by that music relevant all through its history. The familiar echoes carried by music that has become a language, a language that has found a home in many cultures and hearts. For the jet-setting Afropolitan who likes to visit new...

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  • A bite of Niki’s Oasis

    Newtown holds a distinct place in the South African arts and culture scene. There is history and prestige, in both activism and the arts, that references the place. Today, many of the streets in the precinct are named after South African greats! Miriam Makeba, the saxaphonist Ntemi Piliso, Henry ...

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  • Jazz in South Africa

    In a Nutshell Jazz in South Africa has been the musical voice of the people. Seeped in a rich history of song capable of crooning the restless masses, Jazz has grown since it’s humble vagabond beginnings. Throughout the ages, it seems as though Jazz is the riff and bassline that people need to ov...

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  • A guide to the Cape Town Jazz Festival

    Going into its 17th year, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival has long passed institution status. Yearly, during the first weekend of April, jazz lovers make the pilgrimage to the Mother City to soak up the music and culture. 40 acts performing on five stages over two days is a wonder to be...

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  • 5 South African jazz venues to try

    Looking for jazz music venues in South Africa where you can enjoy live music and good company? Read on for venues in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and more. When Jazzuary comes to an end, the spirit and practice of loving and supporting jazz should continue and Jazz should become part of our ev...

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KAYA FM reflects the lives of the predominantly black, urban listener between the ages 25 – 49 living in Gauteng. The station broadcasts both music and talk. KAYA FM 95.9 broadcasts in English on the FM frequency signal 95 (Dot) 9, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The current listenership stands at 462 000 per average day and 841 000 per average 7 days. The music format offers a diverse and soulful mix of adult contemporary music to smoother sounds like R&B, World Music and Soul and Jazz. Visit www.kayafm.co.za for more.