Ntsiki Mazwai  –  WATERSHED

Date: Saturday 5 September 2015

Venue: Afrikan Freedom Station, Westdene

Time: 8pm

Cover charge: R50

Genre: Poetry/ Music


  1. An area or ridge of land that separates waters flowing to different rivers or seas
  2. A turning point in the course of events

One of South Africa’s most talented and influential artists, Ntsiki Mazwai, returns to the stage with the musical production Watershed. It is a 2 set music and poetry show aptly titled to cover Mazwai’s 10 years in the music industry.

The show covers themes of identity, love, spirituality and politics. It includes some of Mazwai’s popular works such as ‘Hey Black Girl’ leading up to new pieces ‘The Mighty Have Fallen’ and ‘Marikana.’

In true Ntsiki style, the show is brutally honest, candid and direct. You will laugh, you will cry, she will make you feel human.

Ntsiki Mazwai, aka the Streetqueen, has…

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About Ndumiso Mncwabe

When beautiful melodies tell us horrible things and grisly sounds tell us the kind truth. This is where life and music meet. They say music has the power to inspire change, I say music has the power to inspire vibes. Good vibes and bad vibes. It also has the power to inspire thoughts, but most importantly, for it to inspire change, it must inspire conversation. I smell music, I speak music. View all posts by Ndumiso Mncwabe

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