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  • Halikuniki & Sekembuke Comedy Group

    Founded in 1995 by two of Zanzibar's leading comedians, Shabaani Muasi Vuai ( Sekembuke) and Juma Haji Usi ( Halikuniki ) a move which was prompted by Tanzania's general election. They were initially engaged for a campaign to educate people about voting rights on both the main islands of Zanzibar read more

  • Jagwa Music

    Consisting of nine artists, Jagwa Music are the leading exponents of the Mchiriku style, which originated 20 years ago in the poor suburbs of Dar es Salaam; when cheap Casio keyboards first became available.

    Jagwa Music and their peers were immediately attracted by the Casio’s lo-fi sound, adopted read more

  • Jambo Brothers Acrobats

    Jambo Brothers was formed in 1999 by two Zanzibar acrobats Saidi and Khamis at Kiembe Samaki area. Later the same year three more members joined the group and they became the Golden Stars Acrobatic Show. Performing mainly in bars, schools, political rallies and other social occasions the group was struggling read more

  • Jang’ombe Nursery School

    Jang'ombe School was established in 1982 with five classes, at nursery, junior and senior level, which have now grown to seven classes with a total of four hundred kids.


    The school has a special traditional dance class, teaching different kinds of traditional dances from around Zanzibar and Tanzania.

    Having built up a read more

  • Kyandu Music

    Started in 1998 Kyandu Music is a Dar es Salaam based group performing contemporary interpretations of traditional music. It was through the ambition of the group's chairman and tutor Seif Chambusu who wanted to use the group as a way of sending messages to wide audiences about the need to read more

  • Lady Jaydee

    Lady Jaydee is possibly Tanzania's most popular singer. Her electrifying lyrics, sing- along melodies and a dash of true African womanhood gives her a well-deserved recognition throughout East Africa and beyond.

    Born Judith Wambura, nicknamed Jaydee, started shining at the age of seven when she was singing in a read more