Colbert Mukwevho and Family
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Colbert Mukwevho and Family

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
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Gaku La Vhuswa Zwalo-Vhamvumvusi (SABC Transcripts) 1984.
Ni Khou Livha Luwani-Vhamvumvusi(SABC Transcripts) 1984
Monthend Lover-The Comforters (Hit City Records) 1986
Lion In The Sheepskin-Harley and The Rasta Family (CCP Records) 1990
I Do Nela Rothe-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 1992
Hoyo Wanu O Naka- Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 1993
Tshigotshanama-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 1994
Harley and The Rasta Family-Harley and The Rasta Family (CCP Records) 1997 (Best reggae - SAMA Awards 1997)
Phanda-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 1998
Why?-Harley and The Rasta Family (CCP Records) 1999
Muthu Ndi Nne-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 2000
Doomsday-Harley and The Rasta Family (NDT Music Publishing) 2001
Mulovha, Namusi na Matshelo-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 2003
Tshigotshanama-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 2005
Mmbwa I Do La Mmbwa Single-Colbert Mukwevho (NDT Music Publishing) 2007
Mmbwa I Do La Mmbwa Full version- Colbert Mukwevho and Family (NDT Music Publishing) 2008
Save the Children- Colbert Mukwevho and Family (NDT Music Publishing) 2011



Colbert Mukwevho was born in the Venda region in Limpopo Province- South Africa.

The diversely talented music artists playing their trade in the local music industry make the country a most appealing cultural hub.

While there are a great many music sounds and genres indigenous to South Africa, international influence is prominent.

This certainly cannot be viewed as a downfall when you have artists like the reggae-inspired Colbert Mukwevho, whose singing and compositions are inspired by that legendary Jamaican, Bob Marley.

Mukwevho has been a musician for close to three decades (30 years), initially working as a bassist and backing singer with Chicco Twala

He also did a duet, Hero’s Party, with Brenda Fassie in the mid-eighties, which appeared on her album Black President.

Mukwevho, who hails from Limpopo, has frequently heard that his voice is mistaken for Bob Marley’s. (It is rumoured that Rita Marley invited Mukwevho to visit Jamaica in honour of the reggae king.)
Colbert Mukwevho has many English and Venda Songs.