Ukubambisana Kwama-Afrika Njengengxenye Yohlelo Lwefa Ledijithali

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Castelyn, S. 2020. Ukubambisana Kwama-Afrika Njengengxenye Yohlelo Lwefa Ledijithali. 2020 JOMBA! Khuluma Digital. 5 (14), p. 29.
AuthorsCastelyn, S.
Keywordscontemporary dance; South Africa; Nigeria; Flatfoot Dance Company; Ijodee Dance Company
Journal2020 JOMBA! Khuluma Digital
Journal citation5 (14), p. 29
Year2020
PublisherThe Centre for Creative Arts, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Web address (URL)https://jombafestival.medium.com/african-collaboration-as-part-of-digital-jomba-s-legacy-programme-bc12525ca24c
https://jomba.ukzn.ac.za/khuluma/
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Online27 Aug 2020
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Deposited01 Mar 2022
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Preview article on African collaboration as part of Digital JOMBA!s Legacy Programme. Focus is on ‘Aye Asan’ choreographed by Adedayo Liadi, the Artistic Director of Ijodee Dance Company based in Nigeria,who worked closely with Flatfoot Dance Company: Thobeka Quvane [Teekay] (Flatfoot), Sifiso Khulmalo (Flatfoot), Mlondolozi Zondi (Flatfoot), Frank Konwea (Ijodee) and Sifiso Ngcobo [Magesh] (Flatfoot). Translated into isiZulu by Lisa Goldstone.

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