Johannesburg (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — South African musicians are hoping to make their voices heard when the decry the practice of illegally copying music at a concert on October 20.
The anti-piracy concert, dubbed "Dudula" which means eradicate in Zulu is planned for the Bassline in Newton, Johannesburg. The concert is being organized by Operation Dudula, headed up by Mzwakhe Mbuli, a mbaqanga singer, known in South Africa as the people's poet.
"The vision behind these concerts is to create a crime-free society," Mbuli told Bizcommunity. "If members of the public do not buy fake goods, they will render piracy unworkable, and artists will not be ripped off when they have worked so hard for their earnings."
Other performers who are slated to appear at the concert include Rebecca, Soul Brothers, Avante and Lundi. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers