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Kewpie: Daughter of District Six

Kewpie: Daughter of District Six

Born in 1941, Kewpie was a well-known queer figure and hairdresser from District Six. From what we know, Kewpie’s gender identity was fluid, and she did not strictly identify as either male or female. However, both Kewpie and her friends tended to use feminine pronouns for each other.

When The Wind Blows

When The Wind Blows

The album is set to premiere at the 20th Cape Town International Jazz Festival and several other venues in and around Southern Africa; making this a great platform to showcase new and original material by established practitioners of the jazz idiom.

STAGETIME

STAGETIME

A live and original one man stand-up comedy show like no other, STAGETIME is just like seating with friends and family, sharing your favourite collection of viral video content, with each clip coming with its own memories of characters, and lived experiences.

Ntsika - I Write What I Dream

Ntsika - I Write What I Dream

Late last week, as if anticipating this week’s very much coffee, muffins and sex weather, Ntsika Ngxanga member of award winning a cappella trio The Soil, released his impeccably grounded solo album.

On Black-On-Black Violence

On Black-On-Black Violence

While blackness, as an imposed reality, that creates a certain field around the subject, has come to be acknowledged as such, little has been done to problematise intersubjective relations between black people.

Gabi Motuba-Tefiti Goddess Of Creation

Gabi Motuba-Tefiti Goddess Of Creation

This is not jazz. This is not classical music. This is also “not” either. Its title says what it is – Tefiti – the category of the uncategorised whose known – unknown genre status is that which lies in its becoming, which can be rendered symbolic.

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