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The Cape Town international Jazz Festival is starting ngomso and will go on to Saturday as well, so be there or be square.Amanxila omculo we-Jazz azokuba exujuza imbadada apho kumnandi kunjeya. Izakube ingumlisela nomthinjana kobobumnandi bulindelekileyo ngokuhlwa kwangomso.
Ulwesihlanu uzakutsho ufane nomnye kaloku kwi-Kapa lodumo. The who’s who of Jazz will strut out their thing for those masses expected at this annual event.
The likes of Jimmy Dludlu, Mzansi renowned Jazz great and SAMA awards winner uzobe engomnye wabaculi abazakube besenza into yabo apho. Udlala nyaka lo kule show lomfo ka-Dludlu.
By the event is not just a strictly jazz event, no. it caters for various other genres as well. American soul singer, Jill Scott would also be performing. It’s come one, come all.
Even Mzansi’s POP Idol, Mandla Mthethwa shall be doing his thing for the groupies and those that are into Ben10. Mthethwa is still young and is not married so sugar mamas can forward their CVs to him, who knows what his taste is?
Lomjuxuzo uyenzela iinkulungwane ze-randelas isimo sezezimali zesixeko seKapa. Nyaka nonyaka ingxowa yesisixeko iya ifufumala. Ikapa lihle kwaye linendawo ezibukekayo kubahambeli. Some of those who will be attending are obviously people from outside the country.
But eish, skollies are at it again. No good deed goes unpunished indeed. Already there are reports of crooks selling fake merchandise. Kanti yintonti ingxaki ngabanye abantu baseMzantsi.
Abaphelelanga apho abanqalintloko or as president Zuma would call them, intswelaboya. They are also selling fake tickets, hawu madoda! They are gaining on people’s desperation and gaining big too.
If you got a fake ticket and or merchandise don’t even bother to go there, save yourself the embarrassment because you will be caught and thrown out.
Bathandi bomculo nningabavumeli banihlise umoya lombutho wababhoxi, thenga itikiti lakho kwindawo ekufanelekileyo for you and your loved one and go shake what your mama gave you.
Time to party, so lets go dancing!
By Siphiwo Nkonki