Orange Farm Holy Joint shines bright at Arts Alive, leaving a lasting impression

On 11 February, the Orange Farm Holy Joint from Ext 7b graced the stage at the Soweto Theater, captivating music enthusiasts at the Indigenous Festival Event as part of the City of Johannesburg’s Arts Alive initiative.

This annual event holds special significance for Orange Farm Holy Joint, as they’ve had the privilege to perform twice.

Reflecting on the experience, Kgotlello Makhura, choir manager, said: “It was an enriching opportunity for our choristers and the choir as a whole. We not only had the chance to connect with representatives from the City of Johannesburg but also to showcase our talent to a diverse audience. Events like these allow us to proudly represent Orange Farm while providing valuable performance experience to our members. As an artist development entity, our goal is to nurture talent and create opportunities, exemplified by our chorister Thando Mdluli, a standout contestant on a previous season of Idols SA.”

Makhura also expressed the choir’s eagerness to collaborate with partners and local businesses to further their mission. Organizations interested in partnering with them can reach out to him on 078 957 6955 or email at

Stay updated with Orange Farm Holy Joint’s endeavors by following their Facebook page, Orange Farm Holy Joint Artist Development,” and their Instagram account, @OrangeFarmHolyJoint.

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