DJ Zinhle hosting another PJ party featuring DBN Gogo #PJPARTYWITHDJZINHLE


If you missed DJ Zinhle’s virtual PJ party previous, you’re in luck, the DJ announced that she will be hosting another live stream party tonight featuring DBN Gogo.

DJ Zinhle streamed a one-hour set previous from her bedroom and the session saw over 200k fans tune in. Tonight will probably attract more fans as this now the only parties people can attend to without breaking the Level 4 Lockdown rules.

Dj Zinhle PJ party

Dj Zinhle will be featuring DBN Gogo on her #PJPARTYWITHDJZINHLE. Dj DBN Gogo real name Mandisa Radebe is one of the hottest Djs in the game.

Gogo is relatively new in the business behind the decks, after starting to deejay three years ago.

DBN Gogo

“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve always just been very musical. I used to play the piano, sing, dance, I used to do everything; it was just one of those things I hadn’t tried. It kind of sort of found me,” she says.

Tonight Dj Zinhle is going to bless us with her presence on her virtual PJ Party which seems to be attracting more people every time she hosts. The #PJPARTYWITHDJZINHLE can be streamed on Instagram, Twitter, Youtube and Facebook. Do not miss out on this Thursday online party, you just need to stream and dance in your bedroom.

In Other News – Arthur Mafokate get Covid-19 relief fund boost from government

Musicians Arthur Mafokate, Ntokozo S Mbambo, Pretty Mhlongo and Zandile Khumalo are among a list of artists who have benefited from the government’s Covid-19 relief fund. The long list from the department of sports, arts and culture, includes 114 beneficiaries and also includes Uzalo creators Stained Glass Productions and the Dr Rebecca Malope Arts Foundation.

Arthur Mafokate

The People’s Theatre and National Children’s Theatre are among those in the theatre industry listed for relief. Musician Jesse Clegg, the son of the late Johnny Clegg, was also listed as a beneficiary of the fund. In April, sports, arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa announced a R150m relief fund for the sector to assist artists dealing with the economic meltdown from the Covid-19 pandemic. continue reading

Source – News365coza


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