Matthew Mole Makes South African Chart History

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Matthew Mole

Matthew Mole, a 21 year old singer-songwriter from Fish Hoek in Cape Town, made South African chart history today by becoming the first local artist to enter the iTunes album charts at No.1 with his debut album called “The Home We Built”.

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What ever happened to PM Dawn ?

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PM Dawn consisted of two brothers Attrell Cordes (a.k.a. Prince Be, born May 15, 1970) and Jarrett Cordes (a.k.a. DJ Minutemix, born July 17, 1971) who became very popular in the 1990’s with their smooth sounds, which mixed hip-hop and classic soul with contemporary pop music and their trippy lyrics. They are best known for their 1991 hit song called “Set Adrift On Memory Bliss.”

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Jamiroquai to perform at The International Food & Music Festival

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JK will be in Johannesburg in October, performing at the first DSTV Delicious International Food & Music Festival. This unique festival caters for both food and music lovers and is also held in a few other countries around the world.

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Stuart Taylor – The Learner Husband Book Launch Tour

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The first time I saw Stuart Taylor was when he was a presenter on a SABC TV travel show called “Going Nowhere Slowing.” Thereafter, I went to watch his stand up comedy shows called “Techni-Coloured”, “Learner Husband” and “Money’s Too Tight To Mention.”

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USA musician Robert DeLong to perform in Johannesburg

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Robert DeLong

I recently received an invitation to the performance of American electronic musician Robert DeLong. After doing some reading up about him, I am definitely looking forward seeing his performance.

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Paint for Change

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If you were unable to go out today, Mandela Day, and give up 67 minutes of your time, don’t worry, there is still time for you to go out and do something.
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Airports Company South Africa to touch more than 7 000 lives on Mandela Day

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Today is the third Mandela Day where individuals are inspired to take action by spending 67 minutes of their time to help change the world we all live in, for the better. Corporates have also thrown their weight behind this day, which is scheduled on Nelson Mandela’s birthday.

This year, we will all spare a thought and prayer for Madiba who has been in hospital in Pretoria in critical condition.

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