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Step Afrika! to make RIverPark debut

Messenger-Inquirer 21 Jan 2022
“It was fascinating to be in South Africa in 1994 …,” Williams said ... So, our performance of Step Afrika! pays tribute to Nelson Mandela as the first president of a democratic Republic of South Africa and it also celebrates the Zulu dance of South Africa, which is one of the most powerful well-known traditions.
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Choreographer still feels the love every night for ‘The Lion King’

The Oakland Press 21 Jan 2022
Since its 1997 debut, “The Lion King” stage musical has had one dancing foot in the Serengeti and the other in Motown thanks to Gawain Garth Fagan ... “I’d been to Africa about 17 times with my dance company,” he says, “and every place we went to perform there they adopted us.
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Anthony Elanga puts Manchester United on path to win at Brentford

Yahoo Daily News 20 Jan 2022
>. Not for the first time and almost certainly not for the last, this mercurial bunch of Manchester United players served up a night’s work that defied cogent analysis ... Related ... From then on United took charge ... Related ... TRENDING. 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... Watch. 4. Watch Madison Chock and Evan Bates Perform One of Ice Dancing's Most Difficult Lifts ... Africa Cup of Nations.
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The Kapil Sharma Show Uncensored: Guru Randhawa says Nora Fatehi once called him 'paaji'; later changed it to 'babu'

Bollywood Life 18 Jan 2022
Later, it turned out to be that they were shooting for their new song Dance Meri Rani ... Nora has presented a blend of diverse cultures and styles from different parts of Africa in her latest song Dance Meri Rani. Along with popular authentic Afro dance moves hailing from countries ...
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OPINION | READ TO ME: Free of fear, bias and self-doubt, this little girl is ready to ‘Fly’

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 17 Jan 2022
A girl named Africa has a birthmark shaped like her name, and she has been well-taught by her family that she comes from skillful people ... So, when Africa sees a poster advertising a jump-rope contest, she decides to enter. Africa has never been to a jump-rope competition; she has never tried to jump double Dutch.
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What I learned growing up on the Dock Street stage, Charleston kids still can

The Post and Courier 16 Jan 2022
Members of The Watoto Academy of Performing Arts at Meeting Street Academy and Meeting Street at Brentwood dance to music from the “Out of Africa” portion of “The Sounds of Joy” at Dock Street Theatre on January 10, 2022.
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S.African singer Msaki’s new electro album recalls mine massacre

Metro USA 14 Jan 2022
The title is a play on words, referring to South Africa’s platinum belt but also to “the emotional state of ... Msika’s songs also feature some household names in South Africa’s dance music scene, including DJ Black Coffee, Kabza De Small and rapper Focalistic.
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S.African singer Msaki's new electro album recalls mine massacre

Reuters 14 Jan 2022
The title is a play on words, referring to South Africa's ... Msika's songs also feature some household names in South Africa's dance music scene, including DJ Black Coffee, Kabza De Small and rapper Focalistic.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com.
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January 2022 Content Highlights: Vision Films

Videoage 13 Jan 2022
In comedy The American King (pictured), a High Priestess arrives to fulfill a 400-year-old prophecy and chooses a troublemaking American to become the King of Africa. Can the new king save his country and make Africa great again? ... are tested one dazzling dance step at a time.
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How Afrobeats Made the World Listen

Rollingstone 12 Jan 2022
Their mission was to promote the kind of music that was popular in West Africa at the time, by acts like P-Square, 2Baba, and D’banj.
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AFCON 2022: Another continental branding failure

Business Day Online 11 Jan 2022
Much song and dance has been made of the alleged European disrespect for Africa’s premier footballing event in the past few weeks, but as usual, very little attention has been paid to how CAF itself manages to pull its own metaphorical trousers down to its ankles ... Hey, the other guys are not broke, and Africa is broke – that’s a fact.
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Painting a bigger picture: Senegal’s pioneering ‘first lady’ of graffiti

The Observer 10 Jan 2022
“​​It was on TV ... Photograph ... Traditionally in this part of west Africa, the artistic caste of griots were responsible for storytelling through music, spoken word, and dance ... “It’s this need to express ourselves, this need to share things and to do beautiful things, whether it’s audiovisual or something physical like dance, or something else.” ... .
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Gráinne Seoige says she has no plan to buy a house in Ireland as she’s focused on dancing

Irish Independent 09 Jan 2022
Gráinne Seoige said she has no plans right now for buying a house in Ireland as she is focused on her training with Dancing With The Stars. The TV presenter moved to South Africa with her husband Leon Jordan a number of years ago where they set up a diamond jewelry business, ...
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Carer plans 24-hour danceathon to Toto’s Africa in aid of food bank

Belfast Telegraph 07 Jan 2022
A carer from Cornwall whose family was supported by a food box company when the pandemic affected his working hours is now raising money for his local food bank – by dancing to Toto’s Africa for 24 hours straight ... “My mates are going to pop in and dance with me, I’ve got a ...
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