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Rhythms of Africa

Date: Oct 5, 2017

Rhythms of Africa is a Music Program on Channel Africa, Voice of the African Renaissance, focusing on various music idioms throughout the African Continent.

In the program today: Interview with Mr Qhuzu Sithole

Mr Qhuzu Sithole is the President of African Cultural Heritage Trust, he is also the Organizer of Zindala Zombili Traditional Dances. African Cultural Heritage Trust focusses on the preservation and promotion of African Culture through workshops country wide. The idea is revive people about our culture and to remind ourselves who we are. Zindala Zombili is portrayed through African traditional dances. Initially it was South African Traditional Dances and later on Mr Qhuzu Sithole incorporated groups from Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique and Zambia. Zindala Zombili work in close co-operation with the South African Traditional Music Awards.

In the program repertoire included top artists from the African Continent like Koffi from Ghana, Robert Zimba from Zimbabwe, B1 From Zambia, Ayodel from Nigeria, Wes Madiko from Cameroon, Promise Austino from Togo, Kanda Bongo- man from DRC, Oliver Mtukudzi from Zimbabwe, Caiphus Semenya and Letta Mbuli from South Africa.

 If you would like to comment on this program, send your comments to:

Music Executive Producer,

Rhythms of Africa, “No Music, No Supper”.

Music Executive Producer,

Rhythms of Africa,

P.O Box 91313,

Auckland Park,


South Africa

Email: nkabindetn@sabc.co.za


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