Reminiscing with the legends

Steve Kekana PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Steve Kekana PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO

We rightly marvel at the skills of talented legendary musicians, especially when we see them perform live. Most people even go on to wonder how they become so skilled after so many decades in the music industry. Arts & Culture Correspondent AME MOTIMANE had a chat with three legends Steve Kekana, Babsy Mlangeni and Kori Moraba to learn more about their musical journey

Steve Kekana and Babsy Mlangeni are visually impaired and they recently ganged up with Kori Moraba, Johnny Mokhali, Soccer Moruakgomo and Amantle Brown to headline a show called Legends Live and the proceeds will go toward helping with donating mobility sticks to the blind and partially sighted.

It wasn’t just that but their show aimed to inspire artists living with disabilities and addressing their challenges in the music industry. The legends are able to go on stage and perform, an act that can only truly be God’s work. Given their age and disabilities, people turn to think that being visually impaired automatically means not being able to do certain things by themselves.

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