Eskae Amigo brings a unique sound to his fans

SKHUMBUZO Motsa aka Eskae Amigo to his legion of fans is set to take 2021 by storm, as he brings a unique sound of new school trap music blended with his IsiSwati lyrics. This 25-year-old eSwatini-born Hip Hop artist recently released the latest single, Alright. He told NewsHorn that the single had much personal meaning to him because in it he talks about his musical journey from when he was in Mbombela to when he arrived in Johannesburg, among other things. “ It’s also basically a message of hope because…

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Two Mpumalanga health facilities receive vaccines

BOTH Rob Ferreira and Witbank hospitals are set to receive the first batch of the much anticipated Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine. These two hospitals were identified by the Medical Research Council (MRC) after the number of healthcare workers who were affected. Premier Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane said 2 000 doses had been delivered to the Rob Ferreira Hospital in Mbombela. Another 1640 doses would be delivered to the Witbank Hospital. “Rob Ferreira Hospital is far from Middelburg and it will not be feasible to transport them daily, so it will be…

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Braille aims to add value in school syllabus through life skills

An award-winning entrepreneur’s book, mastering entrepreneurship, is now available in IsiXhosa and in Braille. Speaking to NewsHorn, King Thandisizwe Madzikane II Diko, said that due to the concerning levels of poverty within some communities there is therefore a need for empowerment with knowledge through education and other services to provide opportunities in life to break this chain of poverty. “This project is about making sure that this part of our community is not side-lined because of their circumstances and their quality of life is also improved through entrepreneurship. He added:…

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Teenage multi-talented artist aims to bring hope and joy

A TWELVE year-old multi-talented artist aims to bring hope and joy through her personal achievements. This comes as young model and singer, Mbali Sidell, is set to take part in New York in July at the 2021 International Model and Talent Association (IMTA) Convention. She was selected together with another 15-year-old. The pair would be showcasing their singing and modelling talents in the United States (SA). Nelspruit-born Sidell, also known as MaJJ, told NewsHorn that her best traits are being kind, passionate, loving children and outgoing. She started talking at…

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Businesswoman takes over industry

NewsHorn recently met up with Nolubabalo Mcinga, a powerhouse businesswoman and a philanthropist, to tell us more about her journey to reach the apex in the business world and her love of helping people. NewsHorn(NH): Who is Babsi Mcinga? Nolubabalo Mcinga (NM): Nolubabalo Mcinga is well known by her nickname Babsi, born in Graaff-Reinet the fourth-oldest town in South Africa. “I was born into the Thembu Clan – Amangxongo and mothered by the Xhosa Clan – Amatshawe.” She is a global business woman and author of “The Sum of Life,”…

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NewsHorn chats to SATMA award winner, Passion Master

LOCAL award-winning artist, Thulane Mazibuko, spoke to NewsHorn about his current offering, Emagama. The Kabokweni-born singer and songwriter said that he is currently promoting the single and recently shot a music video for the song. “The song was produced by DJ TPZ and it’s basically a declaration of my love for my wife. When we met she told me her name is Winnie Nosipho and now that we are an item, I have changed all her names. “So on the song, I am asking her that “out of all her…

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NewsHorn chats to newly-crowned Miss Eco-Tourism World Africa 2020

MICHELL Lethubuhle Chiremba had become the first Miss Eco-Tourism World Africa 2020 and talked to NewsHorn about herself and what it meant winning the pageant. The 20-year-old Chiremba who was born in Zimbabwe in Manicaland, Mutare, was raised in SA. The student from the University of Johannesburg said she hails from a family of five children from a small community in Johannesburg. “As a young lady of faith and a dreamer, I have been trusted with the crown and I plan to take Africa to the world. I love Africa…

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Thickness Overload to boost self-confidence

GONE are the days when a woman’s beauty was defined by her physical appearance as most small, petite women had always been considered more beautiful by society. Thickness Overload is a movement aiming to educate society regarding lack of self-esteem and self-love, as many women of all ages suffer as a result of societal standards. The movement, the brain-child of Mbombela-based, Samukelisiwe Casaendra Malinga, told NewsHorn that the aim is to ensure women understand that it is okay to be “fat, thick, big, heavy-boned”. “Since we come from different family…

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Local clothing brand would satisfy fashionistas

ABUTI Apparel, brainchild of Mandisa Mandy Shabangu, is prove that “the joy of dressing is indeed an art.” This talented local designer not only had made his mark in the agricultural sector, but had now branched out into fashion as well. He spoke to NewsHorn about his designs. Shabangu launched his 100% locally produced clothing range in Ngodini in Mpumalanga in 2018 after extensive research into fashion trends and the textile industry. He focuses on high-quality and trendy street wear and every design is a unique creation. Abuti Apparel is…

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NewsHorn Media to host prestigious networking gala dinner

NewsHorn Media is set to host one of the most prestigious networking gala dinners in the Lowveld. This humdinger of an event would see renowned motivational speaker, Vusi Thembekwayo, including various provincial government leaders and captains of the industry among the VIP guests. Vusi Thembekwayo is a South African venture capitalist, entrepreneur and the Founding CEO of MyGrowthFund & IC Knowledge Bureau. He is also the author of his debut book, The Magna Carta of Exponentiality and a business mogul who had successfully built and transformed businesses in SA and…

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