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More cultural exchange between Austria and Zimbabwe
Friday, 16 November 2007 09:05
Zimbabwe’s celebrated dance group from Bulawayo, Iyasa, which has been on a four-month tour of Europe, is back in Zimbabwe and is set to release a 10-track album, Ezakhiti. The album, according to the group’s founder and director, Nkululeko Innocent Dube, was done in collaboration with Insingizi, a Zimbabwean musical group based in Austria, as well as a Congolese musician, Papi. The group Insingizi was very popular in the mid-80s in Zimbabwe with their hit song Sugar Daddy. Iyasa’s partnership with its Austrian links, Theatro Piccolo and Dschungel Wien, enabled the group to travel to central Europe. "We are back from a successful four- month tour of central Europe and we visited countries such as Austria, Germany, Czech Republic and Italy. "We managed to work on a musical project with a Zimbabwean group, Insingizi, which is now based in Austria. "We recorded a 10-track album entitled Ezakhiti. A Congolese artiste, Papi, also features on this particular album," Dube wrote ...



Dear friends, promoters, partners and fans.
 
I have the pleasure to let you know that you can now access our new homepage on www.iyasa.net
We have been off for a long time due to problems beyond our control.
 
I am pleased to let you know that our page designer is working around the clock to make sure we are in touch with all of you. We also welcome your suggestions as the page is being finalised.
 
All the best and thank you for you continued support.
 
Nkululeko Innocent Dube
 
Iyasa director.