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The masked dancer: Oti Mabuse to the world

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Representing Mzansi: Otile ‘Oti’ Mabuse in The Masked Dancer (UK). Photo: Supplied
Representing Mzansi: Otile ‘Oti’ Mabuse in The Masked Dancer (UK). Photo: Supplied


Janice Phiri speaks to the South African dancer about the legacy she is creating.

Mzansi’s entertainment industry has had many notable people who have created long-lasting legacies in the international art spaces. Legends such as Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba, for example, were able to break through boundaries and take their music to the world.

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