Tuesday 2019-07-16




By Setsabile Nkambule | 2019-05-16

Former Solani’s Entertainment Manager Mbekezeli ‘Culolam’ Dlamini is back at Solani’s, now as a resident DJ. 

The DJ left the entertainment hub in August 2018, to focus on his studies.

Solani’s current entertainment manager Thandukwazi Hadebe said they were excited to have him back.

“Mbekezeli is back under the Solani's brand as one of our esteemed resident DJs as he has chosen to once again be a part of the brand. We will be hosting a 'Homecoming' event for him on May 31, which will be hosted by our team of resident DJs named ‘New Age’. This is our way to welcome him back home and usher in a fresh start,” said Hadebe.

Before leaving Solani’s, the DJ had served two and a half years at the entertainment hub.


During his time, DJ Culolam had the opportunity to work with various musicians across the African globe.

These include internationally acclaimed DJ Black Coffee, Sjava, Sands, Black Motion, Sun El Musician and the Banger Boys amongst all. He has also been a resident DJ for the Friday hangout sessions as well as the Urban Saturdays.

 The music man said he was excited to be back home and would be bringing back the ‘Culolam’ feel.

He said since done with his studies, he is ready for the industry. “I am now done with my studies and I am awaiting my graduation,” he said.

While Dlamini had gone solo, he hosted South Africa’s Major league DJs and many other shows in the country.

He promised to render great music to his fans and that people shouldn’t hesitate to come to Solani’s as it is the place to be, when one is looking to have a great time.

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