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Africa’s unique opportunity for post-pandemic rejuvenation

UbuntuFM Africa | Africa’s unique opportunity for post-pandemic rejuvenation

#Africa | #SouthAfrica

It has taken a tiny organism, SARS-CoV-2, to get even the most conservative traditionalists to accept that state institutions are essential to mobilizing national resources to protect and promote the common good. The fragilities of neoliberal economics have been laid bare.

The Life and Times of Soul Brothers

UbuntuFM | Soul Brothers | Soul from South Africa

#SouthAfrica | #Soul | #Books | Soul Brothers

This is the befitting title of the book written by Sydney Fetsie Maluleke, a young man from Giyani in Limpopo Province of South Africa. He is currently based in Johannesburg where is working as an educator. Sydney grew up in a home of music. His father John Maluleke has been a great fan of Soul Brother for over 40 years. He has followed the group since its inception in 1976 up to this day.

Woman to Woman | Winnie Madikizela Mandela

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#SouthAfrica | Winnie Mandela | Suthukazi Arosi

Thoughts on Winnie Mandela by Suthukazi Arosi Through the window we all looked and have decided without knowing the exact truth. 

Hugh Masekela | Stimela (Coal Train)

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#SouthAfrica | #Jazz | Hugh Masekela

Hugh Masekela who passed on Jan 23, 2018 is an integral part of South African modern history, being part of the resistance against 'apartheid' oppression, the social issues he addressed in his music, as well as being a larger-than-life figure. 'Stimela' is the track that Hugh Masekela will probably be best remembered for as it encompasses all of his work both lyrically and musically. Such is the significance of 'Stimela' as it addresses the theme of hope against a backdrop of social injustice, central to South African modern history, a history still marked by decades of 'apartheid'.

SUTHUKAZI AROSI | NAKED

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#SouthAfrica | #Jazz | #Soul | #RnB | Suthukazi Arosi

“Naked” features 10 brand new tracks recorded over a period of twelve years, 2 remixes and 3 interludes. The interludes introduce the listener to some of the traditional and tribal sounds of South Africa. Each with a specific purpose and theme. 

Lucky Dube | Affirmative action

Lucky Dube forever

Lucky Dube | #SouthAfrica | #Reggae

One of Lucky Dube's signature songs from the album "Trinity" (1995)