"Kasakasa," the fuji meets Naija hip-hop joint that dropped last year, gets the video treatment. Muri Thunder aka Mr. Music provides the the beat and direction (he calls it Cosmopolitan Fuji) while 2face and dancehall dude Habeyano rhyme over. Check it above.
South African Apartheid film 'Lakutshon' Ilanga' has been selected to show at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in France.
South African writer and director Phumi Morare's film Lakutshon' Ilanga has reportedly been selected to show in France. Lakutshon' Ilanga, a film set in the Apartheid era, will premier at the Festival du Court Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand this coming weekend. The film stars Zikhona Bali, Aphiwe Mkefe and Thembekile Mathe and tells the story of a woman's courage in fighting the Apartheid police.
</script></p><p>Music has always been an ushering force in the fight against Apartheid and the title of the film is borrowed from<strong> Miriam Makeb</strong><strong>a's</strong> searing song "Lakutshon Ilanga". The song is about searching for a loved one in the midst of their unexplainable disappearance. Inspired by Morare's <a href="https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2021-01-21-lakutshon-ilanga-a-tribute-to-africa-mothers-and-everyday-heroes/" target="_blank">mother's real life events</a>,<em> Lakutshon' Ilanga </em>tells the story of untold apartheid heroines. </p><p>Morare <a href="https://www.phumimorare.com/" target="_blank">studied at Chapman University</a> and is based in Los Angeles. <em>Lakutshon' Ilanga </em>has also been selected for the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles where African films get selected for the Oscars.</p><p>Watch <em>Lakutshon' Ilanga</em> trailer below.</p><p class="shortcode-media shortcode-media-vimeo">
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