Artists

More than 25 disabled musicians have been recorded at SADMA music recording studio.

Stephina Ngwenyama

Stephina is 36 years and hails from Limpopo.She sings in her indigenous language, Venda. She […]

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Lebohang Makhetha

Full Names : Lebohang Makhetha Born: 1979/06/17 School: Tlotliso Primary School (Wepener)1986 Qibing Secondary (Wepener) […]

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Zama Ndebele

Zama Try Ndebele Zama Try Ndebele was born on the 21st January 1989 at New […]

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Gwarha

Cwenga Nomnganga Cwenga Nomnganga better known as Gwarha which is he’s clan name, was born […]

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Petros Mohlala

Petros Mohlala (Also known as Makoya) grew up in Limpopo. I started singing in the […]

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Thembi Nkosi

Nombuso Gloria Thembelihle Nkosi Thembelihle was born in Swaziland and moved to Piet Retief, Mpumalanga, […]

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Jenny M

Jennifer Mokubung Born on the 27th August 1960 in Galeshewe, Kimberley. Jennifer attended school at […]

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Rebecca Mokhele

I sang in school choirs from primary school until high school at Filadelfia and Optima […]

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Coach Matlawe

Meshack Coach Matlawe Born on the 15th May 1966, Meshack started singing at primary school. […]

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Bonny M

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Two Of A Kind Plus One

Mhlupheki, Buick and Masindi from a group named “Two of a kind plus one.” This […]

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Pat Shongwe

Abraham Pat Shongwe Abraham Pat Shongwe was born in Barbreton in the place called Glenthorpe. […]

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SADMA

SOUTHERN AFRICAN DISABLED MUSICIANS ASSOCIATION


About Us

SADMA is an association incorporated under section 21 of the Companies Act No 61 of 1973. The main business which the organisation carries on is broad advocacy for disabled musicians throughout the whole of Southern Africa. The founder of the association consist of blind musicians who have vast experience and expertise in the complex music industry. These musicians, although, disabled and disadvantaged they felt it encumbered upon themselves to share their humble experience with other musicians who find themselves in the same position as they were. SADMA also serve as a vehicle for providing education and training in the complex issues of copyright, royalties, publishing and recording contracts. SADMA has established a Music recording studio that is especially designed to serve the peculiar needs of blind and physically disabled musicians. The main purpose of the studio is, therefore, to alleviate the problems encountered by the disabled musicians of our country in recording their music in the commercial music recording studios.

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