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MULTIPLE Grammy-winning scathamiya outfit Ladysmith Black Mambazo will perform for the first time at the annual MTN Durban Jazz Festival at the Hazelmere Dam, Verulam Canelands, Durban, on December 26 - something that should go down well with their fans.
Having proved popular in the past the annual festival will draw music lovers from Durban and surrounding areas in huge numbers. Aficionados will descend on the dam for the 7th year running.
Organiser Lindelani Mkhize says the public has been demanding to see Ladysmith Black Mambazo since the event started seven years ago. But due to the group's busy schedule they were not able to feature them.
Joining the globetrotting Grammy-award winners will be a star-studded lineup.
Sponsors MTN, who are also official sponsors of the 2010 World Cup, have come up with the theme "Welcoming the spirit of 2010".
The artists are Caiphus Semenya, Ringo, Lira, Thandiswa Mazwai, Busi Mhlongo, Dorothy Masuka, African Jazz Pioneers, Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse and Harari, Theo Kgosinkwe, Joe Nina, Ntokozo Masinga, Zonke, Vuyo and Phuthuma.
It will be held in Cape Town on December 4.
MTN encourages revellers to attend the show in thefavourite colours of their various countries.
The popular Metro FM DJ Siyanda and Durban's legendary DJ Master Blaster will entertain fans during the intervals.
The MTN Durban Jazz Festival will be launched in Durban on December 1.Those attending the jazz festival can bring camp chairs, cooler boxes and food. Food, refreshments, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks will be on sale.
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