MUSIC cooperation and collaboration

Music is spiritual, unlimited and transcendental. This sound comes from the place of our highest selves and is like the vivid array of colours that are natures' true abundance. Our ancient musical culture of

Southern Africa has laid the most poetic foundation with the instruments, mythologies, practices and traditions from which all subsequent musical styles could expand from.

  • Music Education
  • Music Rights
  • Live Music Performance


Barney Rachabane

02.03.1946 - 13.11.2021

The late Live performer from the Kwela era of the late 50s, through the marabi and big band African Jazz, bebop, jazz-rock, mbaqanga and African music of all time. An Archive of music.

Mac Mckenzie

A goema captain of Cape Town

Mac Mckenzie together with a community of muuicians has continued to bring the sound of goema in all its forms - jazz, puk, rock, penthouse and orchestra from its roots in Bridgetown.

Madala Kunene

King of the Zulu Guitar

Madala born in 1951, in Cato Manor is a self-taught self-made, multiple album, composer, live performer and collaborator.

Tu Nokwe

The light of Africa

Tu Nokwe is a South African Traditional and Jazz singer, actress, guitarist, composer, author, teacher, business woman and founder of Amajika Youth Art Project.

Prince Lengoasa

Veteran Trumpeter

Prince Lengoasa, a veteran South African trumpeter has shared the stage with many gmasters, he is an arranger, composer, orchestrator, educator and performer.

Yonela Mnana

South African blind pianist

A scintillating performer, collaborator and educator, Yonela arranges and performs an intuitive South African jazz of the highest level.


Vocalist from the Rachabane family

Octavia is a performer, songwriter and the daughter of soulful saxophonist Barney Rachabane from Soweto Johannesburg.