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Press Statement on behalf of AKA

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As a result of DJ Zinhle's recent blog post, I feel the need to provide clarity on the allegations contained therein. I would have preferred that this could have been dealt with privately. Break ups can be tough and emotionally draining for all involved. I would like to add that myself and Bonang Matheba are not an item and never have been. My energies are focused on my career and my daughter at this time. *Press
JAZZANOVA & NATHI LIVE IN JOBURG THIS OCTOBER

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2015 sees the inaugural live performance by International band JAZZANOVA in Johannesburg next month. Set to perform at the Sandton Sports Club on Sunday the 4th of October, the season just got hotter. Together with  a star-studded local line-up and a strong media partnership with Kaya FM and Mzansi Magic, event promoters Flowers Events promise a day of festivities as we welcome back summer. JAZZANOVA LIVE the ever evolving Berlin eclectic collective are set to perform
African award winning artists collaborate to “Tell Everybody” about Global Goals

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African award winning artists have gathered in collaboration with award winning song writers and producers to create a musical masterpiece that centres around the Global Goals for sustainable development as structured by the United Nations (UN). The African hit, “Tell Everybody” set to unveil on the 11th of September 2015 features A list Artists; Mafikizolo (South Africa), Yemi Alade (Nigeria), Diamond (Tanzania), Sauti Sol (Kenya), Becca (Ghana), Sarkodie (Ghana) and Toofan (Togo). This
DJ Sabby’s ‘Get Up and Go School Tour’

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YFM radio personality and entrepreneur, DJ Sabby is embarking on the second leg of his annual “Get Up and Go School Tour”. The renowned radio personality had a successful tour in the beginning of the year as he visited more than five schools - Tembisa Secondary School, Thuto Lesedi Secondary School, Lethulwazi Secondary and Unity Secondary to name a few. DJ Sabby has expressed his concerns for the youth of South Africa and felt it was