Today is the last day of Nelson Mandela Month and we couldn’t feel better moving forth with the year. Too many good things come to mind when reflecting on Tata Madiba’s work, and all those thoughts certainly get our team’s creative juices flowing…
Durban High School’s very own Manelisi Buthelezi and Ntuthuzelo Mbadi Present Zealous Degenerate! [drama thriller] It is being performed on Thursday the 3rd and Friday the 4th of August at the Seabrooke’s Theater, Durban High School. Tickets are R50, and R40 for DHS boys in uniform. The show begins at 18:30 – 19:30.
After a recent murder of Karmen Franklin, 3 suspects are taken into custody. A man she was having an affair with. Her husband and her good friend. They were the last to see Karmen in the last 24 hours. Throughout the play, they are interrogated by detectives to find out, who killed Karmen Franklin.
– Christene Kingsonton – Lead
She is being played by Owami Dlamini, from Queensburgh Girls High
– Benjamin Kingsonton – Sub Lead
He is being played by Ntuthuzelo Mbadi (Director).
– Karmen Franklin – Lead
She is being played by Asanda Mahlinza from Reddam House Umhlanga
– Sebastian Franklin – Sub Lead
He’s being played by Manelisi Buthelezi (Director).
– Ezra – Sub Leas
She is being played by Priscilla Nkoane from Queensburgh Girls High School
– Detective Mavovana
He’s being played by Vuyo Zuma
– Detective Kevin Black
He is being played by Nkanyezi Hlongwa
KOMO (Keep On Moving On); This heart bounding anthem is a brand new collaboration by Karen Van Pletsen (Raise Your Voice), the majestic Durban Gospel Choir and #Gqi DJ duo/producers, RudeBoyz. It is the first of it’s kind and sees soaring melodic lyrics , angelic voices and the heart pounding sounds of#gqom combine to make a truly majestic anthem .
Composed by Karen Van Pletsen
Produced by Karen Van Pletsen and the RudeBoyz.
The song is a true proudly #Durban showcase and demonstrates the power of collaboration.
“One of the aim of Fast Movement Events is to empower the youth and create a space for the kool cats of South Africa to come vibe, and gain recognition.
This is done by hosting an event called “Sessions”. Which primarily focuses on giving the youth and upcoming talents a platform to express themselves and show off their creativity to a large audience.
When we speak of up and coming artists we mean people in these respective fields: singers, poets, rappers, graffiti artists, DJ’s & dancers. Sessions plays a huge role in boosting the artists career and gives them the experience of performing on a platform they haven’t been exposed to, just before its time that they blow up.
It is focused to only be held at universities, so far it has been at all UKZN campuses in KZN.
To name a few artists that Sessions has managed to attract here you go, Gemini Major(Ragga Ragga), Eric Rush(Swoosh) & Palm Tree Paradise(Unbelievable). The list is pretty long, but you get the idea.
If you are a aspiring come up artist, to get into the game this is where you better go – to kick your career off or to get more cats to vibe to your art.
For more details please follow Fast Movement Events on social media and wait for their call out for submissions for you to stand a chance to be part of the next Sessions.
Facebook: Fast Movement Events