Synonyms for makhene or Related words with makhene

mvelase              mgcina              tarisai              dwiki              vushe              philangezwi              tlale              twala              dumisani              moloi              matshikiza              mlangeni              mohede              mulwa              thabang              mseleku              ogunlowo              dludlu              oluwaseun              velile              sangweni              ngema              panagaris              saidah              thembi              thato              kabelo              moeketsi              kachingwe              nkwanyana              dharmawan              mtshali              plaatjies              tafirenyika              bongani              mthandeni              molebatsi              sibongile              mazwai              simphiwe              usifo              ngubeni              kekana              piliso              mutuku              muturi              nokuthula              pheto              musakanda              mduduzi             



Examples of "makhene"
The film was dedicated to the memory of veteran actor Ramalao Makhene, who died shortly after shooting was completed.
Letoya Makhene (born 7 September 1984) is a South African actress, singer and TV personality. She is well known for acting in South Africa's famous soap operas, "Isidingo" and "Generations".
With Colin Moss and Letoya Makhene new hosts were introduced and half of the juding panel was replaced as Mara Louw and Gareth Cliff replaced Penny Lebyane and Marcus Brewster.
Abigail Kubeka is a South African actress on the South African TV series "Generations". Kubeka acts as Zondiwe Mogale, the stepmother of Tau Mogale and Tshidi Phakade (Letoya Makhene).
It was presented by Candy Litchfield and Matthew Stewardson in Season 1. Halfway through the season Stewardson was replaced by Sami Sabiti. After Colin Moss and Letoya Makhene hosted together in Season 2, Moss went solo for season 3. Liezl van der Westhuizen became the host in season 4 and was sidekicked by ProVerb in season 5 who hosted the semifinal rounds.
Half of the judging panel were replaced as were the two hosts, with Colin Moss and Letoya Makhene now hosting. It was also the first time worldwide on an "Idol" show that only two male singers managed to advance to the top 12.
Makhene also was a host in "Idols South Africa" in the first season. She trained for several months to be a traditional healer but stopped her practice and went on to work in Generations the Legacy. Her role is the notorious gangster wife of Kumkani Phakade aka "Gadaffi".
In 2008, "Beyond", a posthumous album, was released, with 100% of its proceeds going to the Gito Baloi Memorial Trust, which was set up for Baloi's children. Gito had begun recording the 10 tracks and the production was completed by Dave Reynolds and guests including Steve Newman (Tananas), Paul Hanmer, Ian Herman (Tananas), McCoy Mrubata, Moses Khumalo, Pedro Da Silva Pinto (340ml), Tlale Makhene, Tony Cox, Frank Paco, Nibs Van Der Spuy, Deepak Ram, Rui Soeiro (340ml), Bernice Boikanyo, Paulo Chibanga (340ml), Thuli Mdlalose, Eliot Short, Vusi Maseko and Graeme Sacks.
The Beginning Live (stylized as Zahara: The Beginning Live) is a live DVD by South African singer Zahara. It was released by TS Records on September 3, 2012. It was shot at Carnival City in Ekurhuleni on June 8 and 9, 2012. The live DVD features popular ensemble performers, including LeRoy Bell, DJ Sbu, the Soweto Gospel Choir and Riot. During her two-day performance, Zahara was backed by an eight piece band composed of percussionist Tlale Makhene. "The Beginning Live" was distributed by Musica, Kalahari and SoMusi.
Generations is a South African soap opera which first premiered on SABC 1 in 1994. It was created and is produced by Mfundi Vundla and airs weekdays at 20h00 on SABC 1.It has a Stellar cast when it returned in December 2014 it starred Connie Ferguson and Rapulane seiphemo as the main protagonist and it also starred Musa Ngema and Asanda Foji as The Secondary Protagonists, Manaka Ranaka and Vuyo Dabula starred as the main antagonist as well as Letoya Makhene and Ronnie Nyakale star as the antagonist
After John Bowers premature departure in December 1986 Robert Trunz became majority shareholder and president of B&W Loudspeakers’. This was also the time when he conceptualized and founded the record label B&W Music which later became MELT 2000. An experienced organiser of people, musicians and events, Trunz is passionate about indigenous (jazz, world, African) music and has worked with different artists from around the world. Many visits to South Africa has seen him discovering new talent like the late Moses Taiwa Molelekwa and producing for seasoned artists like Pops Mohammad, Busi Mhlongo, Airto Moreira, Flora Purim, Madala Kunene, Brice Wassy, Mabi Gabriel Thobejane, Thabang Tabane, Frank Magongwa, Gontse Makhene, Bafana Nhlapo, Amampondo and Sipho Gumede to name a few. telling
Apart from his plays and dramatic collaborations, Sitas has been celebrated as a poet. His first collection of poetry was met with critical acclaim, and was followed with a collection experimenting with musical form which was included in the anthology, Essential Things. His poetry is demanding from the exuberant collection of poems in "Tropical Scars" (1989), with its surreal (and political) vision of Durban and its jazz-like crescendos, to his latest "The RDP Poems" (2004), with its stripped-to-the bone lines. The most demanding is his "Slave Trades" (2000), which is a panoramic reconstruction of Arthur Rimbaud's Ethiopian years. His creativity, like his sociology, is marked by collaborations with some of the most important contemporary artists of the avant-garde and of the popular arts: William Kentridge, Ramolao Makhene, Ingoapele Mondingoane, Alfred Qabula, Jürgen Bräuninger, Jeeva Rajgopaul, Omar Badsha, and many, many others.