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  • Wanafunzi wa SOS

    The Students of SOS is a group of orphans based in the Hermann Gmeiner School in Zanzibar island, also known as the SOS Childrens Village. The children who lost their parents are sheltered at the school to give them an upbringing and a good education. The SOS school is emphasizing read more
  • Zanzibar Taarab Ensemble

    The Zanzibar Taarab Ensemble captures the great energy of western Indian Ocean cultural expression and has a program of great variety, easily appreciated by any audience interested in hearing instrumental and vocal colours, tonalities and techniques of the fusion of Arab and African music.   The high quality of the performers read more
  • Zanzibar Unyago

    Unyago is the ancient drum and dance ritual, performed by older women exclusively for teenage girls, which uses traditional rhythms to teach women how to take care of and pleasure their husbands, protect their homes, and other preparations before marriage. Unyago is popular in the islands and coastal regions of read more
  • Zee Town Sojaz

    Zee Town Sojaz is a hiphop group from Zanzibar. The group was established in 2011 by three zenji flava artists: King Pozza, Kira Kirami and Chaby Six, after releasing their individual songs and getting significant airplay on local and national radio stations in Zanzibar and Tanzania. They wanted to get read more
  • Zimamoto

    Zimamoto (put out the fire!) is the name of one of Zanzibar's most talented traditional drum and dance (ngoma) groups. Literally based at the town's fire station, the group is comprised largely of firemen and firewomen.   The group was established only a couple of years ago but already have acquired an read more
  • Zinduka Ngoma

    Zinduka Ngoma is an original traditional drum and dance group from Nungwi village on the northern tip of Unguja island (Zanzibar).When they perform, local people as well as international visitors always greatly enjoy the spectacle, and often join in.   Originally, Zinduka shows evolved out of celebrations for the times of harvesting. read more