Friday, April 14, 2017

Now in studio: KATZ and Double Danger

Today we had KATZ and Double Danger in studio, two local rap artists and organizers from Black and White Empire. They came to advertise their event tonight, "Litty Again" at All Nations Lounge on Long Street. They say the lineup is packed, with artists representing genres like hip hop, trap, rap, RnB, and more.

They are excited to present this event to the youth of Cape Town. For more info on the event, you can see the event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/413226582375596/ Or you can find Black and White on Facebook:
F: Black and White Empire

Today's guest: Bugile Matiwane talking about Moses Mabhida

Today, we had Bugile Matiwane, the Provincial Chairperson of the South African Students' Congress [SASCO] in to talk about some of our history's heroes.  Today, Mr. Matiwane talked about Moses Mabhida, one of the many unsung heroes who fought for our freedom today. Mabhida was an outstanding leader of humble origins who became a dominant figure in the trade union movement, the African National Congress (ANC), South African Congress of Trade Uninons (SACTU), uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) Commissar and the Communist Party. He was important because he was a leader and symbol for many. He embraced a progressive position on race, and found balance in alliance. He beleived race was a conduit to divide the classes and wanted to be part of a non-racial organization. To him, struggle comes from a place of love, love for the people, love for the land, etc. And that was what made Mabhida such a hero, yet such an unsung one at that.


Thursday, April 13, 2017

Unlimited--The Movement

Today we had the organizers from Unlimited--The Movement in the studio to talk about their movement. The goal of their movement is to empower everyday people through the transformative power of photography. As part of their art project, they will take your picture for you after having a conversation with you about what you want from the portrait.

Although the organization does not have an official headquarters, members of the project connect over social media and meet in new places each time. Although in the past, Unlimited: The Movement has concentrated on empowering women, their new initiative strives to empower and educate men, who constantly suffer from gang violence, hyper masculinity, and substance abuse stemming from unhealthy masculine expectations. "Men bleed, men cry, men are human too," said our guests, describing this new initiative. They also report positive feedback for the program, seeing that people need the change and the unique chance to share their storytelling through photos. To join the conversation or to learn more about their upcoming launch, you can contact them at:

unlimitedthemovement@gmail.com
F: Unlimited Creations
0625144301
Renelda

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Khotso Matsimela Mogotlane - Deep House Producer

In Studio we Invited a music Producer Khotso Matsimela Mogomatlane from Johannesburg he Stay's and work in Cape Town. Khotso didn't study for Music he self taught himself using a Music Software and managed to Produce Quality Music just using his Laptop. He saw someone making music then he got interested right on the spot, Most underground music producers in cape town make music from their bed room using Computers with limited resources. Khotso doesn't like to Categorise his music he prefer to be called a music Producer. In Studio he gave us a taste on how he does a Beat here is a Video.


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Khotso grew up listening to house music from the likes of  Dj Gregory, Dj's at work, Dj christos, Vinny Da Vinci, Oskido when they started. But the most influencial Album was Mid Tempo by Glen Lewis.

Facebook: Khotso Matsimela Mogomatlane
Twitter: @kallotis
Whatsapp: 074 780 7926 or 084 760 6078