Book Pays Tribute to Zimbabwe Township Music
Music plays an important part in the lives of Zimbabweans.
More than 70 years ago, township music started as a symbol of identity and dissent in colonial Africa. Today, the music has grown full circle.
A new book traces the roots and evolution of urban music in Zimbabwe.
Joyce Jenje-Makwenda is the author of Zimbabwe Township Music and producer of the accompanying DVD.
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