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Hemisha Bhana Photography

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Wouter Kellerman at the Attenbury Theatre, May 2012

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Gito Baloi – Beyond

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This is a collection of 10 previously unreleased songs from the hundreds of unfinished musical works that Gito Baloi left behind when he was killed in a random act of senseless violence on 4 April 2004. JT Comms supports this project in memory of a friend and brilliant musician who was tragically killed at the age of 39.

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Nelson Mandela 90th Birthday Celebrations

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JT Comms effectively used its client base and, together with Craighall Primary School, the National Marimba Festival, e.tv and the 46664 campaign, organised a celebration that featured on television and radio on Madiba’s 90th birthday.

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Craighall Primary School

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In addition to national and international projects, it is a priority for JT Comms to be a part of its local community. The business is involved in fundraising for the Craighall Primary School, and continues to plan and manage events with school on an ongoing basis. Through this work JT Comms plans to develop new successful models for partnership of business with local communities.

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Legacy Project

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The Legacy Project is an initiative by JT Comms to create comprehensive archives, discographies and biographies of key figures in South African and African music. The first stage of this project is already under way with legendary musician Thandi Klaasen.

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Forgive and be Forgiven

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JT Comms helped spearhead this campaign, whereby artists called on South Africans to join them in day of prayer and reflection ahead of the national elections as part of their commitment to healing and building the nation. Luminaries that took part included Sibongile Khumalo, Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse, Ringo Madlingozi, Lebo Mashile, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Tumi (of Tumi and the Volume), Simphiwe Dana, Gloria Bosman, Abigail Kubheka, Jabu Hlongwane, Zubz, Percy Ingle, Gcina Mhlope, Sylvia Mdunyelwa, Neo Muyanga, Shado Twala, Busi Mhlongo and Tina Schouw.

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