Africa Day Festival 2017

Poetry, Music and Dance • Running Time: 120 mins
Directed by Haroldene Tshienda | Performed by Lize Agulhas, Haroldene Tshienda, Sizipho Gcasamba and Berry Klein | Presented by Zethu

Four women with diverse cultural backgrounds art disciplines collaborate with poetry, music and dance to celebrate Africa Day 2017.

Haroldene Tshienda won an award for Contribution to Literary Arts at the Cultural Affairs Awards 2017 hosted by The Department of Arts and Culture. She is also an author of three books entitled Never Give Up, Moving from Pain to Power and Black Poetry. She's an entrepreneur, a performance poet and the founding director of Tshienda Publications.

Lize Agulhas is a singer, songwriter, composer, musician and a skills developer in her community of Mitchells Plain. She will ignite our souls with a beautiful blessed and enchanting voice.

Sizipho Gcasamba is a dancer, actress, poet, African drumist and artistic director at African Angels (Ingilosi ze Africa). 

Berry Klein is an author, pastor, community leader, entrepreneur, philosopher and a skills developer.

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