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#SAMA24 entries to close

The SAMA office announces that entries for the SAMA24 awards will be closing on 31st January. After a vibrant year that saw the emer...

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

MTN BUSHFIRE 2018: EVEN MORE FIRE!

Winner of the African Best Responsible Event Award in 2017, hailed by CNN as one of the “7 African music festivals you really have to see,” and listed by BBC as a “Top African Festival,” MTN Bushfire can now add a new accolade to this list, recently named as one of the Top 30 international festivals named on the EVERFEST FEST 300 list.

MTN Bushfire recently announced its initial artist line-up that reflects the festival’s identity as a uniquely African, and yet globally infused festival experience.  Many of these artists will also tour the region as part of the innovative IGODA Southern African Festival Circuit that includes with Azgo Festival (Maputo, Mozambique), Bassline Africa Day (Johannesburg, South Africa), MTN Bushfire (Malkerns, Swaziland), Zakifo Festival (Durban, South Africa) and Sakifo Festival (Saint-Pierre, Reunion Island).

Friday, February 16, 2018

PRESIDENCY Puts ZUMA Where He Belongs!

FOLLOWING Jacob Zuma's resignation as South African President on Wednesday, the office of the President didn't delay to put him right where he belongs - FORMER PRINCIPAL! 

He is joining the likes of President Kgalema Motlanthe who led South Africa from September 25, 2008 - May 9, 2009. Followed by former President Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki who led her from June 16, 1999 - September 24, 2008 after his recall. Surprisingly former state president and first South Africa's Black President Nelson Mandela is not listed among the former principals of the republic.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

RAMAPHOSA Elected As The New South African President

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa, the newly elected leader of the African National Congress (ANC), has been appointed as the new president of the Republic of South Africa on Thursday.

Ramaphosa became acting president Wednesday night after Jacob Zuma threw in the towel and resigned after the ANC recalled him and made it clear that if he did not step down he would face a no-confidence motion in Parliament.
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