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Zahara

Zahara

Zahara (born 9 November 1988) is a South African singer-songwriter, poet, and brand ambassador for the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital. She started singing in her school's choir at the age of 6 and at age 9, she was told to join the senior choir because of her strong voice.

Zakes Bantwini

Zakes Bantwini

Durban-based music mogul Zakhele Madida, stage name Zakes Bantwini, has released yet another album that is not only nostalgic but has a crossover appeal that will mesmerize you. He describes his music as Sophisticated Dance Music – a Cosmopolitan lifestyle that talks about different lifestyles.

Zakwe

Zakwe

Zakwe – This is not just a rapper but also a leader in the making and an actor born and bred KwaMashu in the late 80’s. This Kasi rapper has made mark with his strong voice, great lyrics, Kasi stories and black consciousness.

Zama Jobe

Zamajobe

A joy to hear and a beauty to behold, Zamajobe has made an indelible impression on the South African music scene. First coming into prominence in 2003, when selected as an Idols Competition top-10 candidate, Zamajobe has spread her musical magic across the country.

Zano

Zano

There exists a generation of musicians that can never be boxed in, whose creativity can never be confined. They are trailblazers, trendsetters, pioneers of their generation, and legends in the making. To them music is more than just a good sound, it's the gospel they live by.

Zebra & giraffe

Zebra & Giraffe

With their experimental indie rock, their dedication and passion for their craft and an almost unstoppable desire to create music that matters, Zebra and Giraffe have carved a name for themselves in the hearts of their fans.

Ziyon

Ziyon

Ziyon (real name Jonathan Hamilton) is an American-born South African DJ, vocalist and producer best known as one of the members of the soul/house duo Liquideep, who formed in 2007.

Zola

Zola

He was born on 24 April Soweto Township of Johannesburg, South Africa, where Dlamini spent his formative years in Zola, sub-township in Soweto notoriously known for its high crime rate, from which he adopted his name. Unemployment, alcoholism, and single parent families are the norm in Zola.

Zonke Dikana

Zonke Dikana

Jesus loving talented 'n blessed seed of Abraham! singer, songwriter(who writes alone, always), arranger 'n producer (no, there aint nothing I cnt do thru Christ!)