Sho Madjozi has been deliberate in her representation of her XiTsonga tradition on world stages, being one of the overlooked cultures in the country.
Joining her in solidarity is award-winning gospel singer Takie Ndou, who is breaking boundaries with his fellowship music in TshiVenda.
The Limpopo artist, celebrates the success of his album, Hope Arise, that helped him spread the gospel of hope and equality.
His music career - which began when he was 6, singing for 10-cent coins - didn’t take off as quickly as he expected, prompting him to almost give up. To secure his future, he pursued studies in IT, but had to resign from a position in IT within one year and heed the call of music.
“I was very fortunate to have met legends such as the late Sfiso Ncwane, Lundi and Vuyo Mokoena, who influenced my love of music and of being an artist,” he said.