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What's On in Brixton: 7 – 13 March
Sunday 13: Rootmaster presents Kyazi Lugangira, UK based singer/songwritier/guitarist from Tanzania, leader of the band Kihaya Blues. The music is a mix of African highlife, manding and soul, blues, funk and Latin.
David Bowie Brixton Mural shrine: five days
We've visited it every day and have seen people coming at every hour of the day and night. Some sit silently, while others have a drink and a chat and talk about Brixton's legendary star.
Where: The Prince of Wales , 467 Brixton Rd, Brixton, London SW9 8HH, UK
Rootmaster with Kazi Lugangira @ Hootananny | London | United Kingdom. Rootmaster presents KYAZI LUGANGIRA, UK based singer/songwriter/guitarist From Tanzania, leader of the band Kihaya Blues.The music is a mix of African High life, Manding and ...
The Myth of Africa's Leadership Deficit (part III)
'Omwana takulila nju emoi,' in Lunyoro (Banyoro), 'Omwana taba womoi,' in Kihaya (Bahaya), 'Omwana ni wa bhone,' in Kijita (Wajita), 'Asiyefunzwa na mamae hufunzwa na ulimwengu' (in Swahili), approximates to the same. The proverb also explains the ...
Bukoba, the Ugandan town in Tanzania
And so it is that in the confusing cloud of the mixed Kihaya-Kiswahili conversations that fill the air in the town and beyond, you will pick out a few words that will sound comfortingly close to home – like “nasiima munno,” to mean “thanks a lot.

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