Jonathan was the underdog last season, who broke us with the beautiful pictures he painted with his pain.
As the only poet to make it to the Top 5 every time she competed in the slam, it is no surprise that Desire has made it to the final Top 5 this season.
Met-A-Morphosis’ spellbinding performances might not have earned him a spot in any of the monthly Top 5s but his determination to his unique voice has got him into the only Top 5 that matters at this moment.
Khayalethu kicked off the season on a high after winning the slam in February’s first episode. Though this newcomer’s journey has been rocky, his dedication and consistency have earned him a spot in this Season’s finale.
He’s the only finalist from last year’s finale who made it to this Season final Top 5 and he came back to the slam this year the grace, poise and […]
How do you feel about being nominated for Best Newcomer? It’s an honour. I feel like it is an acknowledgment of what I brought to the stage. You’ve performed on […]
The Word N Sound Awards are nigh, and we decided to get to know our nominees a little better. First up is Belita Andre. How do you feel about being […]
From the 1st to the 2nd of February, Masai Sepuru’s one man show, Its all the sane, will be showing at the State Theatre in Pretoria. We had a young […]
Poets are doing their own individual work in their own spaces has done a lot to shift the culture and elevate the craft.
I fucked up my second performance because of the pressure of beginner’s luck plus I started the season late….catching up has been the biggest challenge.