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Watch Dr Esther Mahlangu Break Down Her Journey to Scoop Makhathini in This Exciting Interview

Watch Scoop Makhathini interviewing Dr Esther Mahlangu on Catching Waves.

Renowned South African fine artist, Dr Esther Mahlangu recently sat down with revered TV presenter and cultural figure Scoop Makhathini for an exciting interview. The interview is part of Scoop and the website Slikour On Life's web series Catching Waves.


The artist tells the story of how she got into art at the age of 10, and how she got her big break through French tourists, among other stories. She also mentions that she's not picky about who she works with— "All of them are important," she says. The artist reveals that sometimes she paints using mud and cow dung.

Dr Esther Mahlangu is one of the most respected artists in South Africa. She is known for her colorful geometric Ndebele art that has appeared on items by brands such as BMW, Belvedere, Albany, and a whole lot.

Last year, she awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Johannesburg for "her legacy as a cultural entrepreneur and educator, skillfully negotiating local and global worlds."

Watch the conversation between Scoop and Dr Mahlangu below:

Scoop Makhathini Talks To Dr Esther Mahlangu About Life, Art & Legacy www.youtube.com

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B3nchMarQ Shares The Music Video For 'New Friend$' Featuring A-Reece

South African hip-hop duo B3nchmarQ's new visuals for the single 'New Friend', featuring A-Reece, are a depiction of the quintessential boys' night out.

South African rap duo B3nchMarQ has officially released their music video for New Friend$ featuring A-Reece. The single comes off their recently released 18-track offering Power Trip Album which dropped in March 2021. The visuals for New Friend$ are a montage of a chilled night out with the entourage and were shot in Pretoria, A-Reece and B3nchMarQ's hometown.

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