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John Legend talks new music and his 'unmatched' love for his SA fans

If you are in SA and a John Legend fan, the American superstar wants you to know he thinks you are top-tier and tells everyone who cares to listen that his “best fans” come from SA.
TshisaLIVE had the opportunity to chat to the 12-time Grammy winning artist after he released his eighth studio album, LEGEND, and the one thing he wanted to make sure gets out was his unmatched love for SA and his fans from the rainbow nation.

Wrapping up women’s month with TshisaLIVE

As we wrap up the month dedicated to women, TshisaLIVE women have a candid conversation looking at some of the successful black women who been on the receiving end of vitriol as a result of choosing to live their lives outside the lines drawn by society of how a woman out to be or live. TshisaLIVE looks back at how women such as Mihlali Ndamase, Dj Zinhle, Khanyi Mbau and Moneoa have been attacked or trolled for the decision they’ve made about who they love or how they love, how they approach parenting, family, marriage or career.

Moneoa opens up about picking up the pieces after alleged abuse: ‘I felt like a

Moneoa Moshesh has gone through a difficult few years after her break up with her ex but she has started afresh and says she’s grateful and feels good to be in her own space again
.She suddenly became the centre of attention after opening up about her personal life on social media last week. 
She told TshisaLIVE she was determined to get her life back on track and this includes opening up about things she had bottled up for years that were doing her more harm than good.

Mohale reveals how comments on Somizi’s reality show made him feel

Mohale Motaung admits he's been overwhelmed with mixed emotions since finally speaking up about what transpired in his relationship with his estranged husband Somizi Mhlongo. “The most important thing for me was for me to tell my story in a way I see fit.” He's received a lot of responses from people who have related to his story, which he says has been a way of healing for him since breaking his silence. Despite legal documents drawn up by their legal teams binding them from speaking about their separation, Mohale said he was encouraged to speak after he saw his estranged husband continuously mention his name on his reality show. 

Anele Mdoda talks about co-producing Netflix’s first Afrikaans series ‘Ludik’

Multi-talented broadcaster Anele Mdoda has another ace up her sleeve, one she had to bide her time honing for the past 20 years she's been in the industry. Through production company Rose and Oaks which she owns with partners, she's created Ludik, Netflix's first Afrikaans series. Anele has been all about big moves. Recently she signed a five-year contract with Primedia Broadcastings' music radio station 947 before her departure to the US, and said this was a win for broadcasters who are used to being here today and gone tomorrow.

'I said yes!' — Mona Monyane spills the tea on her engagement

Actress Mona Monyane is officially off the market after announcing that she's found love again and is engaged.The actress took to her Instagram timeline on Thursday sharing the great news with her followers showing a glimpse of her sparkling engagement ring. Speaking exclusively to TshisaLIVE Mona, sharing more details, revealed that her partner, a property developer, asked for her hand in marriage after a year of their being together.“This person makes me feel brave enough to take that chance again.”

Musa Mseleku opens about his wives’ resistance to him taking wife No. 5

Reality TV star and polygamist Musa Mseleku says he will continue to plead with his four wives to accept his request and wish to marry a fifth wife. With the premiere of the third season of Mnakwethu scheduled for screening on Tuesday on Mzansi Magic, Musa Mseleku says viewers should expect to see polygamy from a different perspective, much like the reality of his own life in a modern time. Musa admitted his challenge to convince his wives to accept his new relationship was a depiction of the modern ways of the polygamous lifestyle.

Tresor talks about working with Drake on 'Honesty, Nevermind'

Its always been a dream of Afro pop singer and songwriter Tresor Raziki to build an African story that would shift how people view African music and pop culture and when he got the opportunity to work on American rapper Drake's album he was honoured to be part of the shift in the music scene were he could showcase what Africa is capable of. Speaking to TshisaLIVE he said the collaboration happened organically. The musician worked on 6 songs and contributed vocals on 3 songs, and what got the ball rolling on the collaboration was his music.

Moonchild Sanelly chats about her new album 'Phases'

Moonchild Sanelly's new album Phases is a labour of all the work she has put in as a musician and she is owning her identity of being a genre. The songstress has been teasing her fans with dropping singles and this time the full project is something that she is grateful for. Speaking to TshisaLIVE she says she has put in the 19-track album all the things she has gone through during lockdown.

Ntsiki Mazwai addresses “nudity-loving sangomas” debate sparked by Zodwa Wabantu

Poet and activist Ntsiki Mazwai was one of many who expressed her dismay at a video clip of dancer and reality TV star Zodwa Wabantu dancing at a gig with her traditional beads on.

Zodwa has openly accepted and embraced her ancestral calling and has taken to social media to share every step of her journey.

TshisaLIVE caught up with Ntsiki, who said seeing video images like that of somebody who has taken a spiritual covenant should spark an uproar. According to Ntsiki, those who brought African spirtuality into disrepute should be fined.

Zodwa Wabantu on her calling and being a performer 

What may seem like taboo in traditional constructs where conduct is concerned, to dancer and reality TV star Zodwa Wabantu it is just a job. Zodwa, who has openly accepted her ancestral calling, recently sparked debate after a video clip of her dancing at a gig with her beads on made the rounds.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Zodwa said as long as she is appeasing them (ancestors), she is OK, adding she wont take off her beads because of the job.“Anything I do it is taboo, it is extra.” Zodwa said she believes the work she does is not in any way hindering her calling.

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