Folk Alive …
Listen To The Sounds of the Music-Makers Fest
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The first article pertains to information surrounding the upcoming Folk Festival which is accompanied by names of featured artists such as Clem Tholet, Edi Nederlander, Colin Shamley and David Marks, amongst others. The second article pertains to the same folk festival mentioned in the first article and was published 11 days before the event. The article promised that the event would ensure that the South African public was introduced to local talent. The final article is a copy of the second article.