Team Holcim – PRB (SUI) wins Cape Town In-Port Race from start to finish in Cape Town.

Team Holcim - PRB (SUI) led the Cape Town In-Port Race presented by V&A Waterfront from start to finish in Cape Town. With the South African sun blazing down on the race course and the southerly breeze blowing 15-18 knots, conditions could not have been better for some fast and tactical competition. All pics by... Continue Reading →

Sheer Publishing Africa acquire Neill Solomon music catalogue

“Good things come to those who wait,” says Neill Solomon.  Undoubtedly, one of the finest composers and singer songwriters in the country, Neill boasts a music catalogue any music publisher would be envious of, and these prolific works have found themselves a new home at Sheer Publishing Africa.   Neill is well known for his pioneering work... Continue Reading →

Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse is the Style Icon winner at The South African Style Awards 2022/3 powered by PLASCON South Africa

The South African Style Awards 2022/3 powered by PLASCON South Africa Over the 25 years that it has been in existence, the South African Style Awards has redefined the meaning of style, including in every sphere, including in business. These days, it’s not about the clothes you wear… it’s all about what you have achieved... Continue Reading →

Exciting talk with Mr Buti Manamela who is the Deputy Minister for Higher Education, Science and Innovation.

Exciting podcast  with  Mr Buti Manamela who  is the Deputy Minister for Higher Education, Science and Innovation. The talk was recorded  on Robben Island whilst Minister Manamela chaired the Inaugural Mandela - Sobukwe Leadership Retreat. Siphokazi Jonas was one of the speakers at the event. We chatted to Buti Manamela for over 30 mins about education in South Africa.  See the link below: His previous... Continue Reading →

Reflections in pictures with Siphokazi Jonas on Robben Island 80 student leaders from Higher Education Institutions all around South Africa

I can’t express how much I love what I do! A few weeks ago I spent time with executives from Johnson & Johnson connecting to healing and stories. This weekend for two days I have been  on Robben Island.  A journey with 80 student leaders representing all the Higher Education Institutions all around South Africa, and it has been INCREDIBLE. All I... Continue Reading →

Mvula Drae, has returned to the music scene after a 3-year hiatus with a brand new set of singles, we chatted

What is your purpose? The proof of my purpose will live in my legacy. I don’t believe in one ultimate destiny, but what I strive to achieve at the moment, is to create music that does for others - what some music has done for me in both the highest and lowest points of my... Continue Reading →

Lineup revealed for The Matroosfontein Jazz Reunion 18th Feb Elsbury Primary School, Matroosfontein

The Matroosfontein Jazz Reunion shines a spotlight on the rich musical heritage of Matroosfontein, and the  greater Elsies River and its surrounding areas.The music festival will be held on 18 February 2023 with  Jonathan Butler,  Leslie Kleinsmith, Andrew Young from the UK, Afro Touch, Celeste Williams, Vuvu Kumalo, Mr. Magic, Theo Watt, August West, Donveno Prins, and... Continue Reading →

Interview with Sophia Foster post show at Kirstebosch on 5th Feb 

Golden Oldies is an initiative by Capetonian entertainer Terry Fortune, who is widely known as a South African music legend.  The concert  was held on Sunday 5th Febuary at Kirstenbosch  will paying  tribute to and honour local legendary performing artists and musicians to thank them for their significant contributions to the music industry and their communities.... Continue Reading →

Superb masterclass with RJ Benjamin & Cameron Ward – held on Sat 4th Feb

An outstanding 2 hour masterclass with RJ Benjamin and Cameron Ward took place on Sat 4th Feb at Paul Bothners Claremont, (the home of sat morning masterclasses for MEX).A detailed breakdown of collaboration and the success that can be achieved as well as the challenges was highlighted in the talk. RJ opened up as to... Continue Reading →

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