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Music lovers across South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya have been casting their votes for Africa’s Number 1 artist-curated playlist, available exclusively on HUAWEI MUSIC, and three prominent artists have emerged as the top three
Following a three agency pitch, Think Creative Africa has been appointed as the partner agency for Mzansi Magic and DStv Compact’s upcoming campaign.
We will bring together a mix of women entrepreneurs with a powerful presence in the industry to share some insight and career experiences; these women include Nkgabiseng Motau, Hannah Duxbury, Rorisang Thandekiso and Hawa Hyath.
The continent’s leading and emerging artists have teamed up with HUAWEI Music by curating hand-picked playlists to give their fans insight into their favourite tunes.
Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network called on creatives to submit their best work to stand a chance to design the brand’s limited edition packaging for Youth Month in 2021, as well as a cash prize of R20 000.
Check out our list of new music releases that caught our eye this week.
This year, we have decided to slightly change our approach to Women’s Month to ensure that we not only celebrate and highlight women’s achievements, but also support their struggles, and uplift their voices.
We’re excited to close off this week with a few new releases from the South African music space, with a focus on upcoming artists across various genres.
Magi pays homage to this rich tapestry of lore by forging a collection of tales to balm the soul; to inspire bravery and resilience; and to create unadulterated wonder and awe at the miracle of life.
Ngwane entered this year’s competition because she wants to associate herself with a brand she describes as ‘authentic’. A brand that stands for something strong and uses its influence as an empowerment tool.
Joining Creative Director of the Nando’s Design Programme, Tracy Lynch in conversation will be Thabiso Mjo, Glorinah Mabaso, Mpho Vackie and Malibongwe Tyilo.
There is now a handful of extra days to binge on some of the best of South African talent before it all vanishes again.
This concept forms part of a larger umbrella project that was borne out of a direct response to the need for new ways to connect, share, and experience food together while supporting independent food businesses and artists.
Their intuitive filter system allows people to search by artist, medium, and other key information, making a visit to Latitudes Online an accessible and easy way to discover art from the continent and buy works.