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Plumtree arts practitioners honoured in SA

The Chronicle

Mthabisi Tshuma, Showbiz Reporter

ARTS practitioners who hail from Plumtree city have been honoured for uplifting the border city on the inaugural Plumtree Arts and Tradition Awards (Paca) that coincided with the Thabo Arts Academy Awards (TAAA) at Randfontein in Gauteng province.

The occasion that was held this previous weekend was held underneath the theme, “Appreciating one another in arts”.

Paca honoured artistes, each residing and people who have handed away.

The awards founder, famend arts practitioner Thabo Nkomo stated the concept got here after the realisation that since 1990, there has not been an awards ceremony to honour these from Plumtree who’ve been contributing immensely to the humanities and tradition trade.

“The principle intention of Paca was to understand Plumtree arts practitioners of yesteryear and now,” Nkomo stated.

He stated the concept of the awards got here after the realisation that since 1990, there had by no means been any Plumtree awards.

Beneath is a listing of Paca winners

OUTSTANDING POET/ESS:

1. Prosperity M. Mpofu

2. Mthokozisi Ncube

Nqobile Malinga

GOSPEL MUSIC:

1. Amavevane

2. Eunice Moyo

3. Ivangeli lokuthula

BEST CONTEMPORARY MUSIC:

Endurance Masokana

OUTSTANSING HIPHOP:

BIf Squad

Upcoming Younger Artist:

Sphe the Poet (Naledine Nyathi)

DISCIPLINE AND HARD WORKING:

Ivangeli Lokuthula

VUKA PLUMTREE SPIRIT:

Useful Sibanda

Selling Kalanga Language by means of Arts:

Amavevane

ISICHATHAMIYA:

Amavevane

PLUMTREE THEATRE LEGENDS 1990 – 2000:

Tose Maphisa (Rising Stars)

Mpindiwa (Milikani Brothers).

Bennoe Mtshiso (Bazooka)

Lucious Ncube (White Mfolosi).

Regis Masombuka (Isizwe esitsha).

Mehluli Nyathi (Isizwe esitsha).

 

 

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