Patrick Stephan Kluivert from Barcelona at On the Couch at HEART 104.9FM on Saturday 27 Feb 2016

We have had many stars interviewed on #OTC at Heart 104.9fm over the last 12 years ,yet non bigger than Patrick Stephan Kluivert (born 1 July 1976)

The #OTC show was invented myself and offers light hearted fun banter with Flapper and host Tapfuma Makina .The show air every Saturday from 9-10am

He is a football coach and a former Dutch footballer and the current manager of the Curaçao national team. As a player, he played as a striker for Ajax, Milan, FC Barcelona, Newcastle United, Valencia, PSV Eindhoven, and Lille.

He began his coaching career as an assistant coach for AZ and then NEC, having had a brief coaching stint in Australia with the Brisbane Roar, before coaching Jong FC Twente to a national title in the Dutch reserves league.

He was the assistant manager to Louis van Gaal, for the Netherlands national football team, in their third-place finish at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Part of Ajax’s Golden Generation of the 1990s, aged 18, Kluivert scored the winner in the 1995 UEFA Champions League Final.

He spent six years with Spanish club Barcelona where he formed a successful partnership with Rivaldo, and won the 1998 and 1999 Spanish La Liga championship and the 1998 Copa del Rey.

Kluivert played for the Dutch national team from 1994 to 2004, and with 40 goals from 79 appearances was their highest goalscorer until surpassed by Robin van Persie in 2013. He was selected for three European Championships and the 1998 FIFA World Cup, and was the joint top scorer at Euro 2000 where he scored 5 times.

In 2004, he was named in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 greatest living footballers chosen by Pelé as part of FIFA’s centenary observances.

He was humble and happy and a joy to talk to ..and yes he signed my shirt ,cap and book

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Must see show at Artscape on 31 MARCH -12 YEARS A BAND A unique fusion of theatre, poetry and live music

In this unique fusion of theatre, poetry and live music, a uniquely South African story unfolds.

Four women with very different backgrounds, Mbali, Faiza, Amber and Angel, find themselves sharing a makeshift fire on a rainy Cape Town evening.

Brought together by unexpected circumstances, they form a bond as fierce and temporary as the fire. Mbali, the homeless guardian of the fire, and Eastern Cape ‘refugee’, unravels the stories that brought them there, trying to make sense of her own place in a city that renders her invisible.

Written by: Siphokazi Jonas
Director: Nolan Africa
Music Director: Sikhumbuzo Ndebele

Cast/Musicians: Siphokazi Jonas, Keanu Harker, Germaine Leonard, Zoe Modiga, Josh Prinsloo (Fruit Vendor), Rosco Roman, Jason Skippers, Eden Myrrh

Artscape Theatre, 31 March, 20:00. Book through Computicket .Booking now open

HEART TOP 40 – 27 FEBRUARY 2016

Aka at number 8

27-Feb-16
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE MOVE L/W PEAK WEEKS NOTES
1 One Direction History Up 2 3 1 2
2 Justin Bieber Love Yourself Down 1 1 1 (3) 5 Last Week’s #1
3 Jason Derulo Get Ugly Up 1 4 3 8
4 Coldplay Adventure Of A Lifetime Up 2 6 4 9
5 Rihanna feat. Drake Work Up 5 10 5 4
6 Charlie Puth One Call Away Down 4 2 2 13
7 Snakehips All My Friends Up 10 17 7 9 Highest Climber
8 AKA feat. Fifi Cooper & Rouge Baddest (Remix) Down 3 5 4 6 SA Top 10 #1
9 The Weeknd In The Night Down 2 7 7 4
10 Ariana Grande Focus Down 1 9 4 11
11 Chris Brown Zero NC 11 1 (1 & 1) 20 Longest Running Song
12 OMI feat. AronChupa Drop In The Ocean NC 12 12 4
13 DJ Snake feat. Bipolar Sunshine Middle Up 7 20 13 2
14 Blonde feat. Alex Newell All Cried Out (Oliver Nelson Remix) Down 1 13 1 (2) 11
15 Audio Engine feat. Grace De La Hunt When I’m With You Down 1 14 13 9
16 Drake Hotline Bling Down 1 15 4 12
17 Tori Kelly Should’ve Been Us Down 1 16 9 10
18 Justin Bieber Sorry Down 10 8 1 (1 & 1) 16
19 99 Souls feat. Brandy & Destiny’s Child The Girls Is Mine Down 1 18 1 13
20 Olly Murs Kiss Me Down 1 19 6 14
21 Kid Ink feat. Fetty Wap Promise NC 21 17 4
22 Euphonik feat. Mi Casa Don’t Wanna Be (Your Friend) NC 22 11 8
23 Sketchy Bongo feat. Shekhinah Let You Know NC 23 23 3
24 Craig David feat. Big Narstie When The Bassline Drops New 24 1
25 Tinashe feat. Chris Brown Player Down 1 24 12 14
26 Madcon feat. Ray Dalton Don’t Worry NC 26 24 9
27 Flo Rida My House New 27 1
28 One Direction Perfect Down 1 27 15 5
29 Lukas Graham 7 Years New 29 1
30 Pentatonix feat. Tink Can’t Sleep Love Down 2 28 9 15
31 Maroon 5 Feelings Down 2 29 1 19
32 Little Mix Grown Down 2 30 24 5
33 DNCE Cake By The Ocean Down 2 31 12 17
34 Zara Larsson & MNEK Never Forget You Down 1 33 26 10
35 Jess Glynne Take Me Home Down 1 34 19 7
36 JoJo When Love Hurts Down 1 35 32 5
37 Meghan Trainor Title Down 12 25 12 14 Biggest Faller
38 Zara Larsson Lush Life Down 2 36 13 16
39 Moon Rocket feat. Cato Float Away Down 1 38 29 6
40 Empire Cast feat. Jussie Smollett & Pitbull No Doubt About It Down 1 39 26 7

Heart Top 40 – 20 February 2016 A new entry at 3

Good heavens ,One direction in at number 3 with song called History .

20-Feb-16
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE MOVE L/W PEAK WEEKS NOTES
1 Justin Bieber Love Yourself NC 1 1 (3) 4 Last Week’s #1
2 Charlie Puth One Call Away NC 2 2 12
3 One Direction History New 3 1
4 Jason Derulo Get Ugly Down 1 3 3 7
5 AKA feat. Fifi Cooper & Rouge Baddest (Remix) Down 1 4 4 5 SA Top 10 #1
6 Coldplay Adventure Of A Lifetime Up 2 8 5 8
7 The Weeknd In The Night Up 7 14 7 3
8 Justin Bieber Sorry Down 2 6 1 (1 & 1) 15
9 Ariana Grande Focus Down 2 7 4 10
10 Rihanna feat. Drake Work Down 1 9 9 3
11 Chris Brown Zero Down 1 10 1 (1 & 1) 19 Longest Running Song
12 OMI feat. AronChupa Drop In The Ocean Up 6 18 12 3
13 Blonde feat. Alex Newell All Cried Out (Oliver Nelson Remix) Down 2 11 1 (2) 10
14 Audio Engine feat. Grace De La Hunt When I’m With You Up 9 23 13 8 Highest Climber
15 Drake Hotline Bling Down 3 12 4 11
16 Tori Kelly Should’ve Been Us Down 3 13 9 9
17 Snakehips All My Friends Down 2 15 13 8
18 99 Souls feat. Brandy & Destiny’s Child The Girls Is Mine Down 13 5 1 12 Biggest Faller
19 Olly Murs Kiss Me Down 3 16 6 13
20 DJ Snake feat. Bipolar Sunshine Middle New 20 1
21 Kid Ink feat. Fetty Wap Promise Down 4 17 17 3
22 Euphonik feat. Mi Casa Don’t Wanna Be (Your Friend) Down 2 20 11 7
23 Sketchy Bongo feat. Shekhinah Let You Know Up 5 28 23 2
24 Tinashe feat. Chris Brown Player Down 3 21 12 13
25 Meghan Trainor Title Down 3 22 12 13
26 Madcon feat. Ray Dalton Don’t Worry Down 2 24 24 8
27 One Direction Perfect Down 8 19 15 4
28 Pentatonix feat. Tink Can’t Sleep Love Down 3 25 9 14
29 Maroon 5 Feelings Down 3 26 1 18
30 Little Mix Grown Down 3 27 24 4
31 DNCE Cake By The Ocean Down 2 29 12 16
32 Felix Jaehn feat. Jasmine Thompson Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) Down 2 30 20 18
33 Zara Larsson & MNEK Never Forget You Down 2 31 26 9
34 Jess Glynne Take Me Home Down 2 32 19 6
35 JoJo When Love Hurts Down 2 33 32 4
36 Zara Larsson Lush Life Down 2 34 13 15
37 Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates Sugar Down 2 35 11 11
38 Moon Rocket feat. Cato Float Away Down 2 36 29 5
39 Empire Cast feat. Jussie Smollett & Pitbull No Doubt About It Down 2 37 26 6
40 Taylor Swift Wildest Dreams Down 2 38 12 11

CAPASSO urges MTN, music sellers, to arm themselves with proper knowledge of copyright law.

In the ongoing music licensing and royalties matter between MTN and CAPASSO, the purposeful or careless misunderstanding by the mobile company of the legal framework governing music is an obstacle to finding a common ground, according to CAPASSO.

According to Composers, Authors and Publishers Association (CAPASSO), MTN’s interchangeable referencing of composition owners (songwriters and publishers, represented by CAPASSO) and owners of the sound recording (performers and record labels), does nothing but create confusion in the eyes of the public and, importantly, affected members of the music industry. MTN’s recent press statement, announcing its deal with Sony Music, clearly sought to capitalize on this confusion.

This confusion is also evident in MTN’s claim that CAPASSO’s “members had been opposing CAPASSO’s actions” in trying to get legal compliance out of MTN. Instead of citing owners of the music compositions, MTN cited an owner of music sound recordings, a constituency that CAPASSO does not represent and never claimed to. On the contrary, sound recording owners are required to account to composers and publishers when making copies of compositions and are therefore ‘user customers’ (not members) of CAPASSO.

“For every song you hear, there is the original composition which is created when the music and lyrics are written (notes, chords etc.). This is the copyright CAPASSO represents. When this composition is then performed in a studio and recorded, a second copyright is born. This is usually owned by the record label. Because these are two different copyrights, both need authorization before the song can be sold by a third party like MTN” said CAPASSO CEO Nothando Migogo.

MTN’s recognition of the second copyright in its deal with Sony Music does not nullify the fact that the original copyright, owned by someone else, exists, nor that it is protected in law (Copyright Act).

The existence of these two separate copyrights is shown by the existence of two separate sub-sectors in the music industry: owners of the composition (songwriters and publishers) and owners of the sound recording (record labels).

“In fact, most well know music brands such as Sony and Universal have two distinct operations handling these two different rights. In the specific case of these two brands, even where the record label operations may have agreements with MTN, both publishing operations (Sony ATV and Universal Music Publishing) are represented by CAPASSO and, importantly, fully support CAPASSO’s actions in relation to MTN’s unlicensed music sales.

Migogo added that independent (indie) music companies, who sometimes administer both copyrights (publishing and sound recording) under one roof needed to realise that the publishing royalties they are currently not getting from MTN sales due to MTN’s (and its agents’) non-compliance, reduces their bottom line, even if they are receiving sound recording royalties. “The decision to prioritise one copyright royalty over another is unjust and is a flagrant undermining of the law by MTN.”

CAPASSO, however, remained hopeful that MTN would come to an understanding with CAPASSO in terms of which MTN acknowledged that it could not be wholly divorced for the rights and legal obligations that arise from the sale of music on its platforms.

* CAPASSO (Composers Authors and Publishers Association) is a not for profit royalty collection company operating from Johannesburg.

Tickets on sale on Friday for Last Night of the Proms 19 and 20 March -City Hall

Last Night of the Proms, an annual charity event that raises funds for specific beneficiaries each year.

This year we have a really exciting theme ‘Going for Gold’, which ties in with the 2016 Olympics, and of course young new talent is showcased each year. The beneficiary this year will be the VWS – Volunteer Wildfire Services as we feel that it is well deserved.

Ticket sales open to the public on Friday .

[tags, music news,city hall,last night proms,richard cock ]

Heart Top 40 – 13 February 2016 Sketchy Bongo new entry at number 28

Sketchy Bongo new entry at number 28 ( -The man hails from Durban )

13-Feb-16
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE MOVE L/W PEAK WEEKS NOTES
1 Justin Bieber Love Yourself NC 1 1 (2) 3 Last Week’s #1
2 Charlie Puth One Call Away Up 4 6 2 11
3 Jason Derulo Get Ugly Up 5 8 3 6
4 AKA feat. Fifi Cooper & Rouge Baddest (Remix) Up 1 5 4 4
5 99 Souls feat. Brandy & Destiny’s Child The Girls Is Mine Down 3 2 1 11
6 Justin Bieber Sorry Down 3 3 1 (1 & 1) 14
7 Ariana Grande Focus Down 3 4 4 9
8 Coldplay Adventure Of A Lifetime Up 1 9 5 7
9 Rihanna feat. Drake Work Up 9 18 9 2
10 Chris Brown Zero Down 3 7 1 (1 & 1) 18 Longest Running Song
11 Blonde feat. Alex Newell All Cried Out (Oliver Nelson Remix) Down 1 10 1 (2) 9
12 Drake Hotline Bling Down 1 11 4 10
13 Tori Kelly Should’ve Been Us Down 1 12 9 8
14 The Weeknd In The Night Up 7 21 14 2
15 Snakehips All My Friends Down 2 13 13 7
16 Olly Murs Kiss Me Down 2 14 6 12
17 Kid Ink feat. Fetty Wap Promise Up 8 25 17 2
18 OMI feat. AronChupa Drop In The Ocean Up 16 34 18 2 Joint Highest Climber
19 One Direction Perfect Down 4 15 15 3
20 Euphonik feat. Mi Casa Don’t Wanna Be (Your Friend) Down 4 16 11 6
21 Tinashe feat. Chris Brown Player Down 4 17 12 12
22 Meghan Trainor Title Down 3 19 12 12
23 Audio Engine feat. Grace De La Hunt When I’m With You Down 3 20 13 7
24 Madcon feat. Ray Dalton Don’t Worry Up 16 40 24 7 Joint Highest Climber
25 Pentatonix feat. Tink Can’t Sleep Love Down 3 22 9 13
26 Maroon 5 Feelings Down 3 23 1 17
27 Little Mix Grown Down 3 24 24 3
28 Sketchy Bongo feat. Shekhinah Let You Know New 28 1
29 DNCE Cake By The Ocean Down 3 26 12 15
30 Felix Jaehn feat. Jasmine Thompson Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) Down 3 27 20 17
31 Zara Larsson & MNEK Never Forget You Down 2 29 26 8
32 Jess Glynne Take Me Home Down 1 31 19 5
33 JoJo When Love Hurts Down 1 32 32 3
34 Zara Larsson Lush Life Down 1 33 13 14
35 Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates Sugar NC 35 11 10
36 Moon Rocket feat. Cato Float Away NC 36 29 4
37 Empire Cast feat. Jussie Smollett & Pitbull No Doubt About It NC 37 26 5
38 Taylor Swift Wildest Dreams NC 38 12 10
39 OMI Hula Hoop Down 11 28 2 17 Biggest Faller
40 Timo ODV Find My Way Down 1 39 17 8
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