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In a beautiful written piece for the New York Times, Trevor Noah paints a picture of his childhood with his mother

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2009-03-12 07:47
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Sam Kaase
Former SA Youth Choir member, 18-year-old Sam penned this protest song by pleading with all South Africans to speak out for a better way of life. Patricia de Lille, Helen Zille, Mangosuthu Buthelezi and Bantu Holomisa were so inspired, they added their voices to his recording.

Soon-to-be-big screen hero Dolf De Lange and his band share this losgat rocker off the upcoming SA fliek 'Hond se Dinges' starring Ivan Botha, Frank Opperman and Marcel van Heerden.
Listen: Spoorlyn

Nambian hip-hop soul crew share this deeply funky invitation to shake your hips. Off the 'A Hand-full of Namibians' primer
Listen: Bounce to This

Gin-I Grindrith
Hot new Gauteng wigga drops some "old skool flava in your lunchbox" on this killer Caramel produced first single off his dope debut album.
Listen: Why Bother

Etienne Terblanche & Dikazzins
"42% rock, 32% gees and 26% attitude" is the secret ingredient in this laidback "rooiwynrocker" off the Stellenbosch pairing's album, 'Die Magtige Dreuning'.
Listen: Dream Girl

Plus, this week's Classic MP3

Blues Broers
90s blues rock legends fire off this harmonica and piano powered hony tonk groove off 'Sharp Street'.
Listen:Electric Train

In this week's mix: a VIP Afro-pop protest, a cool Afrikaans movie tjune, some nu skool Nambiain hip-hop soul, a dose of old skool Gauteng wigga rap, a Stellenbosch rooiwyn rocker and more.
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