Originally published by IOL on 23 June 2020. “The landscape has changed irrevocably, and SA radio needs to decrease the amount of imported music it plays – that royalty income leaves our shores and is not productive for the local economy.”
SIPHO “HOTSTIX” MABUSE, ALONG WITH TONY CEDRAS AND FRIENDS, RETURNS…LIVE DURING LOCKDOWN! After an absence of more than 30 years, Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse and his band, including Paul Simon, & friend and respected muso Tony Cedras, returned to Cape Town and The Baxter Theatre on Friday 25 October 2018, for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Fortunately for
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Dedicated to the untimely passing of Jann Kloses’s manager, Gary Salzman, “Pilot Light’s” sentiment rings true to the message of overcoming adversity and rising to the challenge of a day yet to be documented and celebrated for very different reasons than originally envisaged.
Originally published by The Media Online on 6 May 2020, written by Glenda Nevill. “In April, founder of Music Exchange, Martin Myers, called for radio stations across South Africa to increase the amount of local music they play.”