Judith Sephuma plays on the Afternoon Drive show

After all the political news stories that have been trending this week, the Afternoon Drive show is hosting South African singer Judith Sephuma for #702Unplugged.

This multi-award winning jazz vocalist and gospel singer made her debut to the South African music industry with A Cry, A Smile, A Dance album, which is still loved by many. She later followed it up with New Beginnings.

Growing up in Polokwane, Sephuma always mention that her love for music began at a young age. In 1997 she graduated with Performer's Diploma in Jazz at the University of Cape Town.

She says she gave her new album _One World title, _in part because she has worked with songwriters across the world, including South Africa, the Congo, Mozambique and Los Angeles.

WATCH her performing live below...

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