by on November 27, 2018
Knowledge Malusi Nkanyezi Gigaba was born 30 August 1971 in Eshowe, KwaZulu Natal, to Reverend Jabulani Gigaba and Nomthandazo Gigaba. He has three sisters and a brother. After his early days of schooling  and activism in the Congress of South African Students (COSAS), the South African Youth Congress (SAYCO), the South African Student Congress (SASCO) and Young Christian Students (YCS) it was these young radical school movements that armed Malusi politically that he became astute to the cons...
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by on November 26, 2018
Welcome Mr. Emmanuel, your fans sent across these questions because they wanted to know these things about you. When  and how did all this musical journey start? It was 1991, four young boys were selected to learn how to play the drums and I was not among them then,  so I worked my way to make sure I joined them. I took the drumming opportunity so serious that it helped me till today. What genre do you identify with? Alternative or CAF(Contemporary African Fusion) Ha haha (laughs) d...
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by on November 26, 2018
How did you start your musical journey? To be honest I started doing music at around 18 years of age, I discovered the music in me when I was in church and I  knew I could actually sing very well and with a lot of compliments from fellow worshippers. Ha haha (laughs) did you learn to play any instruments or during your early days? I learnt playing the acoustic guitar in 2012 at PakarePaye Arts Centre in Norton Zimbabwe, a centre owned by Veteran musician Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi. Did anyo...
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