Traditional and new a-cappella music from southern Africa with one of the first female Imbube groups from Zimbabwe. Imbube is the Zulu word for lion. Nobuntu (Simbabwe):
Thandeka Moyo, Zanele Manhenga, Joyline Sibanda, Heather Dube & Duduzile Sibanda
All over the world, women take their fate into their own hands and sometimes they transform society in the process. The Nobuntu singers live in Zimbabwe and tell of a land on the brink of change. They speak of the ancient traditions of their culture and how problems these give rise to are attributed to women. They have a very personal way of envisaging a better and freer future for themselves and other women, without abandoning their traditions.