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MAMA<br />AFRICA<br />
Legendary South African singer and activist Miriam Makebawas born in Johannesburg, South Africa in March 4th, 1932.Forced ...
Although capable of great vocal versatility in a variety of languages and settings, including jazz and blues, Makeba becam...
RFI Musique: “Would you say &quot;Homeland&quot; bears a message of hope like your last album released in 1993?”Makeba: “I...
MASAKHANE<br />The Zulu word &quot;masakhane&quot; means “let’s build one another”. The same word in other African dialect...
Paulina Rodríguez<br />Valparaíso – Chile<br />December 26th , 2009<br />
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Miriam Makeba (4 March 1932 - 10 November 2008) was a South African singer and civil rights activist. The Grammy Award winning artist is often referred to as Mama Africa.
“Let’s work together for a better future”.

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  1. 1. MAMA<br />AFRICA<br />
  2. 2. Legendary South African singer and activist Miriam Makebawas born in Johannesburg, South Africa in March 4th, 1932.Forced into exile from her native country in 1960, Makeba used her stature to speak out against apartheid. Such efforts earned her the title &quot;Mama Africa&quot;, as she became an enduring symbol in the fightfor equality.<br />
  3. 3. Although capable of great vocal versatility in a variety of languages and settings, including jazz and blues, Makeba became best-known for singing in her native dialect.She popularized her unique blend of African musical traditions in Africa, Europe and the United States. Known as the Empress of African Song, she died in 10 November 2008 at the age of 76. <br />
  4. 4. RFI Musique: “Would you say &quot;Homeland&quot; bears a message of hope like your last album released in 1993?”Makeba: “I certainly hope so. There&apos;s one song, in particular - &quot;Masakhane&quot; - which calls for people to come together and work towards building the future of South Africa.”(Paris  May 25th ,2000)<br />
  5. 5. MASAKHANE<br />The Zulu word &quot;masakhane&quot; means “let’s build one another”. The same word in other African dialects means: &quot;the coming together of people for a common purpose&quot;; “let’s work together for a better future”. <br />
  6. 6. Paulina Rodríguez<br />Valparaíso – Chile<br />December 26th , 2009<br />
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MASAKHANE Miriam Makeba (4 March 1932 - 10 November 2008) was a South African singer and civil rights activist. The Grammy Award winning artist is often referred to as Mama Africa. “Let’s work together for a better future”.

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