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Release: #Path2Fund do-ference Soundtrack

Written by: diannem

Sibusiso (aka Sbu) Nyamakazi is a writer, public speaker and musician involved in several social upliftment and poetry projects in Cape Town.

He together with Baptiste Guillemet launched the Philippi Music Project in 2014 after Sbu identified a need for music resources to help township musicians develop their craft.

Sbu will be performing the Do-ference song LIVE in each city and will share lessons from his social entrepreneurial journey!

Want a sneak peak of the song? Listen below!

For ticket & scholarships info WhatsApp on 081 813 1948 or visit #Path2Fund in Jozi this week @BerthaCentre




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