Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Africa for Africans ... Nomsa Mazwai


"Sustainability is Life" - Nomsa Mazwai on the iStart2 Show

Through Emthonjeni Arts, her "baby"and an artists' residency in the rural town of Hamburg, she aims to help with the economic regeneration of the small community. 


Mazwai was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 2010, won a SAMA award and was nominated as one of the 200 Top Young South Africans by Mail & Guardian this year. She also had the honour of  giving a presentation to the United Nations on behalf of South Africa on how to engage young people in the Millennium Development Goals.
Nomsa Mazwai starts2!
"iStart2 think about a future that is positive ... amazing ...

 something to look forward too"

We chatted to this energetic entrepreneur about the Peace Concert in Jo'burg at the Maboneng Precinct on 3 December @Zen, Emthonjeni Arts and her views on sustainability through community upliftment.

The Africa for Africans network and The Festival au Desert
partnership will be a melting pot of arts engagements, opening of new markets, collaborations and dialogues at a two-week long residency programme at the Emthonjeni Arts centre in Hamburg, South Africa from 3 – 16 December, 2013.

It is in celebration of Africa that we are hosting this collaboration of Mali and South Africa, in particular the Xhosa people of the Eastern Cape. Africans will come together to create magic! Because Africa is magical”, says Mazwai

To listen to the show and the song "Africa" by Salif Keita, just click play.



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