Legendary Jazz Musician Sipho ‘Hostix’ Mabuse & Cassper Nyovest are set to headline the first annual Human Rights Music Festival in Abrahamsrust Resort in Sasolburg, Free State. The festival pays homage to the Sharpeville
and Langa Massacre, which claimed the lives of peaceful protestors who took to
the streets to boycott the Pass Law in 1960.
The festival aims to highlight the current Human Right Issues faced by the South African community, such as inequality, transformation, children and gender violence, inadequate access to education and lack of service delivery among others.
The star-studded line up includes artists who are ambassadors and activists in their communities. These include Thebe, Mafikizolo, Amanda Black, Prince Kaybee,
Busiswa and many more.
The festival takes place on the 30 March at Abrahamsrust Resort in Sasolburg, Free State.
Sipho ‘Hostix’ Mabuse and Cassper Nyovest headline inaugural Human Rights Music Festival.
Make sure that 30th March is in your diary, and join @siphohotstix Mabuse for the ‘Human Rights Music Festival’ along with some incredible musical talent – it’s all going down in Sasolburg! Details are on the poster ? pic.twitter.com/iwNNM8p1ck
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