What WHITES in South Africa need to hear ... one of the questions asked in the Reconciliation Day interview with the very talented, Queen of the Streets, Ntsiki Mazwai. Controversial? Challenging? ... or just a simple truth? Have we really integrated as a society after 1994? "At least many white girls are getting a bit of ass," said Ntsiki with her tongue firmly in cheek.
Ntsiki uses words to heal and push the social issues close to her heart. Her song uRONGO became the biggest selling song in the country in 2005. In 2006 she released her debut album, MaMiya independently. She spent most of 2011 promoting her book, WENA, around the country and continues to enlighten audiences with insightful poetry, music and her passion for life. Refreshing to have had such an energetic and authentic young lady on the iStart2 Show.
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