Veteran Afro-pop duo Mafikizolo, make up of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Ncinza, have made a comeback that we are sure will not be forgotten. Leaving the music scene can either leave people wanting more or make them realise that they didn’t care much for your music in the first place.
Theo and Nhlanhla have just dropped their lit new comeback single titled Thandolwethu, and it’s a vibe. Theo and Nhlanhla are known for cooking up some of the tastiest afrobeats Mzansi has ever heard. Collaborating with younger artists has allowed for this duo to stay fresh and relevant. After 20 years in the industry, Theo feels music is a part of who he is and that collabs were the way forward.
Theo and Nhlanhla chose to collaborate with Msaki on Thandolwethu, and couldn’t have been happier with their decision. Thandolwethu is a love song that honours the love, passion and commitment of two people who unapologetically want to be together. Never giving up is one of the keys to love and the essence of this track. Even though it is a love song, it is will keep the people grooving all night long!
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Can’t stop playing our latest single Thandolwethu- available now on all digital music platforms- show love and get it today
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Afrikaans reality show Kwarantyn in midst of controversy after contestant used the k-word live on air
The brand new Afrikaans reality show Kwarantyn which premiered on a kykNET pop-up channel (DStv 149) earlier this month has found itself in the midst of controversy.
The show, which is broadcast live 24-hours on its own channel, follows two families in two houses for 50 days as they compete against each other to win a cash prize of R250 000.
Host Ferdinand Rabie on Friday afternoon made a live announcement informing the contestants that Jana le Roux has been disqualified from the show for her racist comment.
“I expected it. I’m sorry. It was wrong,” Jana said and asked her family to continue without her. Read more……