Tag: Tsotsitaal

Award-winning UK jazz band Sons of Kemet – In the Castle of My Skin – New Music Video

Award-winning UK jazz band Sons of Kemet – In the Castle of My Skin – New Music Video

[ 0 ] October 1, 2015 |

Why are we doing an article about a UK Jazz band? Well, the award winning UK Jazz Band Sons of Kemet had decided to work with South African born Mandarin speaking, Director, Lebogang Rasethaba, who found his African roots in china and who was also responsible for direction of Spoek Mathmbo’s  “Future Sound of Mzansi” This music video “In the […]

Read More

The Forgotten Kingdom Film Review

The Forgotten Kingdom Film Review

[ 3 ] April 14, 2014 |

With a touch of magical realism comes a story about a young beer drinking cigarette-smoking rebel, Atang Mokoenya (Zenzo Ngqobe) who is forced into a series of unravelling events leading him on a journey of self-discovery where he is stripped of all his wealth and quickly learns the way of the world.  If you haven’t […]

Read More

What is Tsotsitaal

What is Tsotsitaal

[ 2 ] April 14, 2014 |

Tsotsitaal is a word of two languages, tsotsi – a Sesotho slang word which directly translates to “thug” and/or “robber” and taal – an Afrikaans word meaning “language”. Tsotsitaal is made up of a variety of languages spoken in the surrounding townships of Johannesburg City and Soweto, the South Western Township of South Africa. Here’s a movie about crime, […]

Read More

The Forgotten Kingdom (2013) – Official Trailer

The Forgotten Kingdom (2013) – Official Trailer

[ 2 ] April 14, 2014 |

For a taste of Lesotho’s epic beauty and a touch of Johannesburg Tsotsitaal, take the family to watch The Forgotten Kingdom, a universal story created by American Andrew Mudge. Shot in South Africa and Lesotho with a full powerhouse African cast.  Starring: Zenzo Ngqobe, Nozipho Nkelemba, Jerry Mofokeng, Lebohang Ntsane, Lebohang Ntsane, and Lillian Dube Read the review here […]

Read More

banner ad