With her soulful vocals and dynamic stage persona, Dolly Rathebe is among South Africa’s most influential singers. Having produced her debut as an celebrity in South Africa’s initial full-length feature film Jim Involves Jo’burg, in 1949, Rathebe became a global superstar when she decided to sing with Afro-jazz group, the Top notch Swingsters in 1964. In the first ’70s, Rathebe still left her musical profession to perform a shebeen in Cape City. She didn’t come back until 1989 once the Top notch Swingsters reunited to execute within a film located in Johannesburg through the 1950s. The reunion demonstrated so successful which the group decided to stay jointly. Their first record pursuing their reformation, Woza, premiered in 1991 and was accompanied by Today Or Hardly ever in 1994 and Siya Gida – We Dance the next year.
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|Hijack Stories||2000||Mrs. Dilomo|
|Cry, the Beloved Country||1995||Mrs. Kumalo|
|The Line||1994||TV Movie||Gogo|
|The Magic Garden||1951||Lili Shabalala|
|'Master Harold' ... And the Boys||2010||performer: "Tihapi Ke Noga"|
|Amandla! A Revolution in Four Part Harmony||2002||Documentary||Herself|
|A Profile: Dolly and the Inkspots||1994||Documentary short||Herself|
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