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Nobuntu in bunten Kleidern posieren für die Kamera
© Werner Puntigam


With authentic African music, the a cappella group from Zimbabwe celebrates the beauty and richness of their culture. Consisting of five female singers, Nobuntu sets important impulses for change in an otherwise male domain.

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Nobuntu posieren für die Kamera

innovative female power from Simbabwe

The young a cappella group Nobuntu comes from Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. This is where the heart of the Ndebele culture beats. The Ndebele, like other Zulu people, have a great tradition of choral singing and a cappella.

Nobuntu brings innovative female power to what is otherwise a male domain: five courageous female singers of a new generation celebrate the beauty and richness of their culture. They combine traditional Zimbabwean music, gospel, Afro-jazz and crossover and thus set important impulses for changes in conventional role patterns, promote solidarity, community, courage to face life and modesty.

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