Tweelite Webster gets an overseas breakthrough

Cosmo City music producer Dj Tweelite Webster is working on a trip to perform in Finland on 25 October.

 Born Thembinkosi Ndlovu, the Deep House music producer got the attention of a Finland singer Janely Leino in June 2018 after posting his song called Broken Hearted on YouTube Channel. Since then, Dj Tweelite has produced songs for a number of international artists like Monica Kiss of Amsterdam in Netherlands, AMA of Finland and Toledo Prince an Latouya Milez of Chicago. His songs have been played on Ukhozi FM, Cosmo FM and in some radio stations in Finland. One of his hit songs is titled “So In Love” featuring AMA and T-Girl.

In an interview, he said working with artists from other countries is a milestone, and it has helped him to understand the business side of music.

“I think this is a huge breakthrough for me,” he said. “I met Janely Leino through social media. She loved the music I produce. We started working together and she linked me to other musicians who love Deep House music.”

Tweelite is using his bedroom as a studio and believes anyone can be a DJ or producer using the little equipment that one can afford.

“It takes the love for sound and passion to be successful,” he said. “My inspiration came from Black Coffee, and he is my role model. One thing that I have learnt is that it is important to invest and spend time in your musical career as an artist.”

Tweelite works with his wife T-Girl under their recording label TNT Crescent RSA, and he has worked with local artists like Mr Mo, DJ Riddik and Lizwi.

As he goes to Finland, he is asking for support from his fans.

People who want to get in touch with Tweeite can follow him on Facebook at TNT Cresent RSA, twitter @tntcrescent, YouTube TNT crescent, Soundcloud TNT crescent, instagram @tnt crescent.

Mr and Miss Cosmo City 2019 crowned

NSH Youth Development crowned its 2019 Mr and Miss Cosmo city during its annual beauty pageant event held at Cosmo Junior on 5 October.

Sibonginkosi Moyo and Simon Moeketsi were crowned Miss and Mr Cosmo City, respectively. Other winners were Seema Kgopotso Moloko (1st Princess 2019), Fusi Oliphant is (1st Prince 2019), Natasha Buthelezi (2nd Princess 2019), Thembalethu Khoza  (2nd Prince 2019), Ayanda Sandisile  (Miss Personality 2019),  and Godwill Livhuwani Dangale (Mr Personality 2019).

Team Hosi, Xtreme Poet Xolani Ntuli and DJ T.T/TK became Kasi Lifestyle 2019 top winners

NSH Youth Development is an NPO which has changed lives for more than 900 youth and children, in this past seven years, in Cosmo City and Johannesburg North townships, through Annual Miss & Mr Cosmo City and Kasi Lifestyle events.  

Modelling is important in communities as it boosts confidence in the youth, said Fransina Chauke of Boston City Campus. Through modelling, Cosmo City is rising up and this will help raise good leaders, according to NSH member Nokuthula Much.

“I am happy for the winners,” said NSH founder Nosipho Hashe. “They will be active as peace makers, promoting unity and serving our communities. Sibonginkosi Moyo is busy helping school kids with home works, assignments, and arts activities. Simon Moeketsi works to assist upcoming entrepreneurs as well as students from under privileged societies that want to further their studies.” Seeing generous kind sponsors investing in Cosmo City changing people’s lives is so inspiring, she said.  

“We are very grateful to Boston College & Halfway Honeydew for empowering our NSH organization; your tremendous donation will go a very long way in assisting less fortunate to achieve their dreams. We would like to have a strong long term relationships with all our generous sponsors.”

Boston City Campus and Business College  Miss & Mr Cosmo City 2019 Winners with R200 00 bursaries x 2 and 20 x Hampers plus Event Management bursary to NSH, Halfway Honeydew for Sewing Machines x 4 to NSH, Beat by Lelo M for R30 000 Make-ups vouchers, Cosmo FM for R32 620 Radio adverts on air marketing our sponsors, NSH Youth Development for R19 890 event needs, Leba Group for 4 x Prizes, Harties Boat Company for 18 000 vouchers on a Boat Cruise Party, The Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre for R12 600 vouchers, CallyV Exclusive Beats for R12 000 recording deals, Nina-Graced Music for R10 500 modelling classes and sashes, La Dolce Vita Guest House for Boat Cruise lunch x 30, Sasol Cosmo City for R5 000 Shopping Vouchers, Ufulu Sounds and Entertainment for sound. Toyota sponsored a free driver’s license to one of the lucky audiences.

For more information people can call NSH on 084 956 6427 |

Empowering the girl child through beauty pageant

 Cosmo City beauty pageant Lebogang Rangongo is one of Miss Common Wealth SA finalists, and she believes she will do her best to positively influence young women.

The 20-year-old Damelin College student has been involved in community development projects including donating to the needy. She told the Chronicle that she wants to bring change through beauty pageant.

“I entered Miss Common Wealth SA to uplift a girl child especially those who are underprivileged,” she said.

“I was raised by a grandmother in Limpopo Ga Mphahlele, and I believe that charity begins at home. Therefore, I started doing my campaign at Thageatala Secondary School in Limpopo where I donated pads to students. I have some projects to run in Cosmo City. I am currently planning to do feeding project in December.”

Miss Commonwealth South Africa is a beauty contest which aims to empower young women between the ages 20-32 years with a platform to bring sustainable change ensuring they become charity as well as Cultural Ambassadors in South Africa. Miss Commonwealth South Africa also mentors young women who want to hold key positions in society further making a difference.

NNC fun day celebrated in style

Community members turned out at Multipurpose Centre on 6 October when National Neglected Citizens (NNC) hosted its first annual fun day in Cosmo City.

Performances from artistes like Mashona, Mali, and Zuko  SA kept the audience fascinated and celebrating.

NNC hosted the event to activate the organization, get the community involved and raise funds, funds, according to NNC spokesperson Bongi Mmako.

“Cosmo City is one of the communities that we represent,” he said. “There are people who are struggling with shelter. One thing that we realised is that people are not united in this community.  Once the community members are united, the level of participation improves and they can tackle issues collectively.

“I am happy that we managed to bring together NNC members from different parts of the province. It is our time to get to know each other.”

NNC is passionate about restoring human, values, dignity and rights. “Most people in developing cities like Johannesburg are not enjoying their rights to live in good settlements.

“So we, as a civic organisation, have a role to play to make sure that people get what they deserve. We are not affiliated to any political party, but we need citizens to be free when it comes to settlements.

“Sometimes you find that there are people who pay a lot of money for rent while they earn very little. There are some people who qualify for RDPs, but are not yet living in those houses. Our aim is to address all these challenges in a fair manner.”

Residents, speaking to the Chronicle, expressed their happiness about the event.  It was interesting to hear some hopeful ideas from the NNC, said community member Mbekezeli Malinga. “As long as they are not representing any political party, I think we should give them a chance and see how they can assist our communities,” Malinga said. 

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