26 June 2016

South Africa: 26 June, 2016 - Press Releases

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DJ Black Coffee.
press release

The Inkatha Freedom Party Youth Brigade (IFPYB) wishes to congratulate South African artist DJ Black Coffee on winning the prestigious BET Award in Los Angeles, on Saturday night.

We applaud him for making South Africans proud by becoming the very first South African to clinch the BET award for Best International Act in the African category.

It comes as no surprise that DJ Black Coffee was awarded this prestigious accolade, being one of the most valued and recognised names in the music industry. He has also earned respect among his peers in the industry, both locally and internationally.

We thank him for inspiring young South Africans to believe that they too can achieve anything that they set their minds to. We believe that he is a great example to young South Africans never to stop believing in their own talent and worth.

We also take our hats off to the other three South African artists - including Cassper Nyovest and AKA, who were also BET nominees. May their careers also continue to prosper.

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