A Celebration of Bra Hugh Masekela

Joburg Theatre, in collaboration with The Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation, will usher in Africa Month with a heart-warming celebration of Hugh Masekela’s theatrical music in an exclusive four-performance season on The Mandela stage, from Thursday, May 3rd to Sunday, May 6th.

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Deluge In Swarga

The captivating images, imagery, colours, sound and textures in the opening of Deluge in Swarga set Wazi Kunene apart and certainly compel one to calm down, shut down, listen up and be completely present.

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WINNIE MANDELA: An African Black Woman

It’s a mammoth task for the most gifted of wordsmiths; that means that it would be virtually impossible for me. How does one contextualise a force so great that it made its greatest contribution to a movement that ensured my ability to become a contributing member of society?

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Thirst For Land: Artists Occupy Spaces

“There are millions of people in squatter camps and squatting by definition means a temporary stay but we have people who have been ‘squatting’ for generations. There is even the term, ‘informal settlements’ for fully developed people; that should bother society more,” says Masello Motana

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