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First published work for Emmanuel Sadiki

Entertainment: 26 May 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

A new author, Mr Emmanuel Sadiki, has finally published his first book, titled “Ofhani”. The book, a Tshivenda novel, is a solo effort by the author, who was born in Matsa village in Nzhelele but now resides in Tswinga outside Thohoyandou. Ronewa Vhutali Publishers published the work, which was formally launched in May and was edited by Mr Rudo Ndlovu of the Pan South African Language Board (PANSALB).

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Well-loved musician Murida releases a new album

Entertainment: 25 May 2024 By Victor Mukwevho

One of the most loved reggae musicians in the country, Khakhathi Tshisikule, known by music fans as Murida or Khakhathi and Friends, has recorded his latest album called “Rifhe Maanda,” which literally translates as “Give Us Power.” He says the album will be released on Friday (24th).

Khedzi proves you can be a master of all trades

Entertainment: 24 May 2024

Talented gospel music artist Khathu Khedzi has proved that one can be a jack of all trades and ultimately a master of all. Known for his vibrant gospel music, Khedzi has changed tune to make his presence felt with the release of his new Tshivenda reggae music single titled “Vhutshilo ndi vhili”.

Ampfarisaho, the new kid on the poetry block

Entertainment: 19 May 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

At the age of 16, young poet Ampfarisaho Hope Mudau is starting to make an impact in the poetry world. The girl from Tshitavha Tsha Sambandou, who is a Grade 11 learner at St Augustine Residential School in Tshandama Mutale, has already penned 70 poems in English and Tshivenda.

Rural script writer defies all the odds

Entertainment: 19 May 2024

Rendani Munzhelele (34) has proved beyond a doubt that a rural upbringing is not a stumbling block if one has the desire to succeed. Born and bred in the small village of Hamakuya Maholoni, Munzhelele is undoubtedly making her presence felt in the world of art and entertainment.

Trima C Cotha releases song for the grooviest

Entertainment: 18 May 2024 By Thembi Siaga

Upcoming artist Glen Baloyi from Migard village, known as Trima C Cotha in music circles, released a new single titled “Hi Layini” on Friday, 10 May, sparking excitement among his fans. Featuring artists such as Dala Fam, Lano Deep, and Nebo SixFour, the track is already garnering attention and getting bodies moving with its infectious beats and electrifying vibes.

A decade later and Malisakholomo Band still delivers

Entertainment: 18 May 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

One of the most popular Tshivenda music groups to have emerged from Vhembe, the Malisakholomo Band, impressed the audience with a live performance of their latest album during the Tshivenda Traditional Music Organisation (TTM Org) workshop. Comprised of three members, the band, founded in 2012, continues to make its presence felt in the entertainment world. The group released its seventh album, “Tsitsanwana”, in December last year.

Radio a part of Mufhatusi since primary school

Entertainment: 17 May 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Radio Thohoyandou presenter Mulalo Muvhango Mathoma fell in love with radio when he was still a young boy, attending classes at Lukhaimana Primary School. “During breaks, I would entertain my classmates by broadcasting a soccer match or imitating popular broadcasters at Phalaphala FM,” he explains.

Musindakanzhani releases his new reggae album

Entertainment: 16 May 2024 By Kaizer Nengovhela

With the release of his latest album, “Phamukhilikhithi”, Victor Nempumbuluni, known as “Musindakanzhani,” has boosted his reputation as a top-class reggae musician. He is gaining popularity among reggae music lovers because of his unique style, which consists of heavy bass sounds, some chopping sounds, and occasional, well-positioned bass.

Given Da Chief releases single dedicated to his late mother

Entertainment: 12 May 2024 By Thembi Siaga

Mutheiwana Given Nganeyavhutshilo, also known as Given Da Chief, has captivated fans with the release of his latest single titled “Mama” just two weeks ago. The 24-year-old hip-hop and trap artist from Tshifura, in his song, delves into the profound love of a mother and her guiding influence on her child.

Abednego Muhali joins Nzhelele FM

Entertainment: 12 May 2024 By Maanda Bele

Former Tshakhuma Community Radio Station presenter Abednego Muhali, known by his radio nickname “Mr ooh yeess,” joined Nzhelele-based community radio Nzhelele FM last month. He currently hosts the Nzhelele FM afternoon drive show, known as the R523 Afternoon Drive “Buluvhutsi Dzheke,” every weekday from 15:00 to 18:00.

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