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By Lusito Tsela | 2017-12-07

Local Reggae MTN SWAMA Award winner Ras Moolah has been re-elected into Arterial Network continental board.

The Reggae star has been serving in the same board as a steering committee member for the past two years.

Ras Moolah left the country last week for Ivory Coast to attend the Arterial Network continental board conference where he was re-elected as a board member representing the Southern African region.

Also representing the Southern Africa region is Dave Guzha from Zimbabwe who was elected president of the new board.

During the conference, Ras Moolah was able to collaborate with various artists and festival organisers from Mali, Togo and Chad, amongst other countries.

Ras Moolah also met with organisers of the Salaamalekou Festival in Mauritania where he negotiated to perform during the festival; which takes place in June 2018.

Ras Moolah for Mali Arts Festival

Ras Moolah, real name Muzi Ntshangase, will be part of the line-up during the Niger Arts Festival in Mali on February 1-2.

Niger Arts festival is one of the biggest festivals in West Africa, bringing together top Malian musicians, artists, craftsmen and traditional dancers, amongst others.


The festival budget is an estimated 12 million Euros a year.

 “My networking has also produced another collaboration of cultures because in Mali I will participate in a project involving Mali artists; which will culminate in an exchange programme between Mali and Swazi artists,” Ras Moolah said.


The year could not have ended on a better note for 2017 MTN SWAMA Best Reggae artist Ras Moolah.

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