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Kenny Kunene was my English teacher in Grade 10 Says the award winning South African Deejay and producer Prince Kaybee. Speaking exclusively to zkhiphani, the fairly newcomer house DJ who is setting dancefloors on fire across the

We recently caught up with TV Personality, Model, and all-around It Girl K Naomi Noinyane, she is known for her trendy personal style and undeniable beauty. But there is more to K Naomi than what meets

We had a sit down with the house music hitmaker Lady Zamar about her recent controversial performance at Idols this past weekend, Zamar is the lady behind hits such as #LoveIsBlind, #Criminal, #Charlotte and more

We recently had a chat with the South African actor, model and singer Anga Makubalo, popularly knows as Naak Musiq. Anga says that 2017 has been the best year of his career so far, I have done five

All the cool kids want to be in the entertainment industry, Some even try it and just let it go as part of a passing phase but for Psykobeats, it was different journey. He started

We recently caught up with the South African actress Thuli Phongolo at the inaugural DStv Mzansi Viewers’ Choice Awards this past weekend. Speaking to us live from the red carpet at the Sandton International Convention Centre,

I RUN JHB is a premium South African street culture lifestyle brand which fuses South African culture aesthetics and urban street culture trends to create Umswenko. Umswenko is an authentic South African street sub-culture and an

Kabomo recently released two albums on all digital platforms worldwide including iTunes. Both releases are titled "Unapologetic” celebrating his two favorite musical genres with “The House Album" and "The Hip Hop album". Each album has

Top South African vlogger Fash Ngobese says that things haven't always been easy for him as a black vlogger, speaking exclusively to zkhiphani Fash explains that his relationship with his mom took a knock coz

They may be nameless, but trust us, this band sure is making a name for itself in Mzansi's music industry. They call themselves 'The Nameless Band' and they might just be the next best thing