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14
JUN

DJ DIMPLEZ

SPECIAL GUEST: Tumi Mooi aka DJ Dimplez
Social Media:
Twitter & Instagram: @DJDimplez
13
JUN

LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO

WHAT’S HOT
IN STUDIO: Five-time Grammy Award winning Ladysmith Black Mambazo
ABOUT: Ladysmith Black Mambazo are a South African male choral group
singing in the local vocal styles of isicathamiya and mbube. They became known
internationally after singing with Paul Simon on his 1986 album Graceland, and
have won multiple awards, including five Grammy Awards, dedicating their fifth
Grammy to the late former President Nelson Mandela.
Formed by Joseph Shabalala in 1960, Ladysmith Black Mambazo became one
of South Africa's most prolific recording artists, with their releases receiving gold
and platinum disc honours
GRAMMY AWARDS won in 1988, 2004, 2009, 2013 and 2018 for categories
including, Best Traditional Folk Recording, Best World Music.
AGE GROUP OF BAND: 30’s 40s, 50s and one who 71 years old, Albert
Mazibuko who has been with the group from the start.
11
JUN

TEBOHO MAFODI

MAKING CENTS
Banks closing down branches, will this be an ongoing trend and what
does it mean for us all?
TEBOHO MAFODI - SERIAL ENTEREPENEUR/ PROPERTY INVESTOR AND FINACIAL EXPERT.
10
JUN

ASK AN EXPERT

ASK AN EXPERT

The end is coming for SAA 
South African Airways (SAA) has requested another R4 billion from the
government in an attempt to keep the struggling airline afloat, according to a
report by the Sunday Times.

We Spoke to Siya Biniza/ Economist and director at political economy southern Africa (PESA)

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