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Manenbergs Jazz Cafe

Manenbergs Jazz Cafe
Some info:
Manenberg’s Jazz Café was founded in 1994 By Dmitri Jegels and Clarence Ford, along with two others. It was situated in Adderley Street, Cape Town, South Africa. It quickly became the foremost live music venue of the city, featuring South Africa’s top musicians like Hugh Masekela, Jonas Gwangwa, Bayete featuring Jabu Khanyile, Robbie Jansen – South Africa’s foremost exponent of Cape Jazz, Sankomota led by Frank Leepa, Tsepho Tshola (the Village Pope), Mahlatini and the Mahotela Queens, Zim Nqawana, the late Moses Taiwa Molelekwa, Sipho Gumede, Winston Mankunku , Cape Town’s own Diva affectionately known as Mama Kaap: Ncediwe Sylvia Mdunyelwa , Ringo Madlingozi and many others.

On any given night, people from all walks of life: Cabinet Ministers like Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel and Deputy Minister of Social Development Jean Benjamin, to business executives, members of the judiciary, journalists, celebrities like Denzel Washington and David Bowie, tourists and ordinary residents of Cape Town could be seen celebrating their common humanity through the form of the beautiful and vibrant music emanating from our uniquely African stage.

Telephone: 021 4215639
Fax: 021-4215638
E-Mail: [email protected]
Address: Shop 102, Clock Tower Centre, V&A Waterfront
Times: Best in the evenings
Facilities: Smoking Section

Bar: full bar

Outside Area
Live entertainment
Dance Floor
Functions and Events
Street parking available