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Sibongile Khumalo obituary 2021

Obituary: Sibongile Khumalo (1957 – 2021)

It is with profound sadness that the Creative Feel team reports on another great loss to the South African arts this month, the death of Dr Sibongile Khumalo. The celebrated singer succumbed to stroke-related complications following a lengthy illness. She was 63. Khumalo, who was

Unisa

Unisa Voice Competition Ends on a High Note

The 6th Unisa International Voice Competition has ended on a historical note with French vocalist Cynthia Abraham announced as the first winner of the Jazz Voice Category and Cecilia Rangwanasha who was the first South African classical singer to win a Unisa International Voice Competition.  

Playhouse

Festive Spirit abounds at the Playhouse this December!

Back by popular demand, The Playhouse Company presents A Christmas Celebration, a festive extravaganza for the whole family!      A Christmas Celebration is set to light up the Playhouse Opera Theatre stage from 22 to 24 December. Directed by renowned theatre giant Ralph Lawson, A Christmas Celebration promises

Playhouse

Festive Spirit abounds at the Playhouse this December!

Back by popular demand, The Playhouse Company presents A Christmas Celebration, a festive extravaganza for the whole family! A Christmas Celebration is set to light up the Playhouse Opera Theatre stage from 21 to 24 December. Directed by renowned theatre giant Ralph Lawson, A Christmas Celebration promises to deliver

Soweto Theatres

Sizzling women’s month shows at Soweto Theatre…

From 8 to 20 August, Soweto Theatres kickstarts women’s month with Gone Native: The life and times of Regina Brooks. Brooks was a white woman who wanted to be re-classified as coloured so she could live with black people and keep her child, who was

Artlooks & Artlines

A little bit of history

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. I am often reminded that I have an obsession with historical anniversaries. It’s quite strange because during my school years I considered history to be taught in an

ACT Awards Revisit SA's Golden Era

ACT Awards Revisit SA’s Golden Era

The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) revisited the Golden Era epicentre of 1940s and 50s South African jazz and blues culture at their 19th annual ACT Awards. The Sophiatown-themed affair revisited South Africa’s golden era to honour cultural icons and newcomers while delighting invited guests with

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