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Product description. Sam Mabele Legs Scandalous Handover 'Omnyama 7 9.E Sale Noka Ehlala It's Your Life On The Tracks Woof Woof Mdlwembe Bye Bye Baby C.R.A.Z.Y Bhambatha Palesa Matofotofo. Tsotsi is a film directed by Gavin Hood and produced by Peter Fudakowski. It is an adaptation of the novel Tsotsi, by Athol Fugard and a South African/UK co- production. The soundtrack features Kwaito music performed by popular South African artist Zola as well as a score by Mark Kilian and Paul Hepker featuring the . It's Your Life Lyrics Written by Zola (as Bonginkosi Dlamini) Music written by DJ Cleo (as Cleopas Monyepao) & Thabiso Tsotetsi Performed by Zola. Silang mabele. Written and Performed by Vusi Mahlasela. Munt'omnyama. Written by T. Kgosinkwe, A. Muphemi & T. Seate Performed by Mafikizolo. Benoni Blues Performed.

Feb 8, This gripping story is full of the suspense, drama, harshness and introspection of a hardened South African gang leader. Based on the novel by Athol Fugard, and known worldwide from the Academy-Award winning film, Tsotsi The Musical is a gritty, contemporary new stage production produced by. Feb 14, Listen to songs from the album Tsotsi (Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture), including "Mdlwembe", "Bhambatha", "Zingu 7", and many more. Buy the album for $ Songs start at $ Free with Apple Music subscription. Based on the novel by Athol Fugard, Tsotsi, the Musical tells the powerful story of a hardened township criminal whose life changes forever after a bungled mugging leaves him caring for a stranger's baby. With music composed by singer -songwriter Zwai Bala, and book and lyrics by Mkhululi Mabija, this gritty, contemporary.

Feb 12, With a team that reads the like the who's who of South African creatives, Tsotsi is the sort of show that ought to be travelling. Aug 15, The Cape Town Opera is inviting artists to audition for its new production Tsotsi, the Musical. First-round auditions will be held in Cape Town from 18 to 19 August and in Johannesburg from 21 to 22 August.


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