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Sooooooo after many mornings of torture and frustration,Â I have decided to write a letter to Unathi (Metro FM). Call me crazy and sayÂ I have all the time in the world but I did. AndÂ I hope some soul is kind enough to pass it on to her as Iâ€™m not sure how I can possibly reach her. Now I can sleep soundly at nightâ€¦.(I swear this highly bothered me)â€¦
I trust you are well on this chilly Johannesburg morning.
After much hesitation, but with a lot of consideration, I have decided to pen you this open letter. Do not take anything written here as a personal attack on your overall character. I do not know you in a personal capacity; therefore all views expressed here onwards are solely based on you as a Metro FM morning show co-host.
I will first revert to two incidents from last week…
In August 2013 Standard Bank Joy of Jazz will mark 13 yearsÂ of putting South Africa on the international jazz map.
The Standard Bank Joy of Jazz is undoubtedly the premier event on Johannesburg’s jazz calendar, and takes place from 22 to 24 August at seven venues in the city’s Newtown Precinct. The Dinaledi Stage, Â the Mbira Stage and the Conga Stage will be erected on Mary Fitzgerald Square, creating three Â purpose-built venues to showcase this year’s line-up. Other venues include the Market Theatre and Bassline, as well as restaurants Sophiatown and Nikki’s Oasis as free venues.
The annual jazz extravaganza attracted around 2 000 music lovers in its first year and has now grown to an audience of well over 20 000 people. Standard Bank Joy of Jazz presents an international line-up of top artists from around the world while continuing to discover and explore the heritage and riches of home-grown talent as well as that from the African Diaspora. Standard Bank Joy of Jazz has contributed to the cultural exchange between artists, and many international performers have met their local counterparts and subsequently collaborated on projects. Importantly, Standard Bank Joy of Jazz has also seen a phenomenal growth in the number of developing jazz artists, and the staging of the event in the Newtown Precinct has played an integral part in the regeneration of Jozi’s inner city.
Planning for the 2013 festival is well underway and jazz aficionados can look forward to some big names on the line-up this year.
Catch the excitement of the live media launch Tuesday, May 21 at 12h30 pm and be the first to find out who will be bringing the Joy of Jazz to Johannesburg.
For more information visitÂ www.joyofjazz.co.za
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Cape Town – Brazen teen gangsters have openly threatened to take bloody revenge for the murder of schoolboy Glenrico â€śJimmyâ€ť Martin on a controversial website.
Cops have arrested and quizzed two suspects, a 19-year-old and 18-year-old, in connection with Glenricoâ€™s brutal killing.
The 19-year-old Manenberg pupil was shot in the back of the head as he entered Spes Bona High School in Athlone last Wednesday.
On Friday, cops placed a ring of steel around the school, amid fears of revenge attacks.
Many parents kept their kids at home because they feared they would not return from school.
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