Lindiwe Maxolo Time

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Lindiwe Maxolo Biography 

Vocalist Lindiwe Maxolo received an Honours degree in Jazz Music Cum Laude, from the University of Cape 

Town in 2005. During her time in Cape Town, Lindiwe won the Old Mutual Jazz encounters Competition, 

winning first prize in the Afro Vocal category; performed at the North Sea Jazz Festival (Cape Town) 2004; and 

was chosen by the Department of Arts and Culture to represent South Africa at the 2004 Olympic Games in 

Athens, Greece. 

After returning to her home town, Johannesburg in 2005, Lindiwe collaborated with well-known pianist Andile 

Yenana who introduced her to the Johannesburg jazz scene, as well as internationally celebrated artists 

Themba Mkhize and Sibongile Ngoma. In 2006 she was invited to perform in the USA as part of a cultural

exchange, hosted by the New Orleans South African Connection Inc. The performances in New Orleans and 

Dallas, Texas were dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina and the rebuilding of New Orleans - America's 

great city of Music, Arts and Culture. Here she performed alongside Lauren Hill and other top artists.

In 2007, Lindiwe was spotted by Urban Brew Producers who recruited her to sing in the widely popular TV game 

show 'Lilizela Mlilizeli' hosted by Rudeboy Paul Mnifi from YFM radio. Lindiwe was subsequently contracted for 5 

months and the popularized show was broadcast on SABC2. 

In 2009 she performed for the Ambassador of Portugal in Lisbon as well as for the opening shows of the

Habtoor Grand Resort in Dubai, UAE with Organic Lounge. Lindi is currently the voice of Jo'burg's renowned 

jazz band, Chilli & Lime where she has performed alongside Judith Sephuma, Mango Groove, and continues

to perform with the likes of Sibongile Ngoma, Vusi Khumalo and more recently, Hugh Masekela. No stranger to 

the corporate world of entertainment, Lindi has performed for the South African Government, African ministers 

of education, and corporate giants including MTN, BMW, Vodacom, SANLAM, ESKOM, Mercedes, to name a