Dolly Rathebe

Dolly Rathebe to be honoured with digital memorial tombstone

Dolly Rathebe to be honoured with digital memorial tombstone thanks to a generous donation from an inspiring entrepreneur   Heritage month sees an important milestone legacy project come to fruition thanks to the spiralling support of a school girl’s call to action. On 19 September 2015, family and friends will join the Duru/Rathebe family, and a number of their sponsors including Gauteng MEC for sports, arts, culture and recreation in honouring the musician’s legacy and unveiling her tombstone at a special memorial

Remembering Dolly Rathebe – SA Youth uses school assignment to trace and support heritage and nation building

Singer and model Dolly Rathebe was one of South Africa’s great jazz and blues artists, her voice inspired a generation of music lovers. Now her life is being celebrated by young South African. Taynita Harilal, a Grade 12 learner at Parktown High School for Girls was so inspired by Rathebe’s life, talent and her ground breaking contribution to South Africa music that she has set out to remember her in ways that will both her honour her memory and her

Dolly Rathebe Maverick Extraordinaire

Inspired by a school assignment which my daughter Taynita Harilal worked on for her History Grade 12 project in producing African Narratives the opportunity to create legacy content and information that can advance South African heritage using digital becomes easier to share. The ten things I have learnt about Dolly Rathebe, a maverick and extraordinary South African who was an artist, actor, model, singer and fashion icon and was born in Randfontein on 2nd April 1928 and passed away a the