Vusamazulu: Indaba Bantwana Bami

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Experience the Enchanting Talents of our Young Creatives at the Sibikwa Arts Academy Mid-Year Concert!

Join us for a captivating performance as we present “Vusamazulu: Indaba Bantwana Bami” (Waken The Heavens, Let Me Tell You A Tale My Children) at the Sibikwa Arts Academy’s highly anticipated Mid-Year Concert. This annual event, taking place on 17th June 2023 at Sibikwa Arts Centre, promises to be a celebration of youth, culture, and the enduring legacy of Credo Mutwa.

Paying homage to Credo Mutwa

Immerse yourself in an enchanting journey that pays homage to the life and wisdom of the legendary Credo Mutwa, a High Sanusi, Playwright, and Indigenous Wisdom Keeper. Through mesmerizing storytelling, expressive dance, and soul-stirring music, “Vusamazulu: Indaba Bantwana Bami” delves into the ancient spiritual beliefs and practices of diverse African cultures.

Be Transported!

Be transported to a realm where ancestral spirits come to life, where visions and insights into the interconnectedness of all life unfold before your eyes. This production is a testament to the richness and diversity of African spiritual traditions, offering a profound and unforgettable experience.

Event Details:

Date: 17th June 2023

Time: 15:00

Venue: Sibikwa Arts Centre, 13 Liverpool Road, Benoni

How To Book

Don’t miss your chance to witness the talents of our young artists as they bring “Vusamazulu: Indaba Bantwana Bami” to life on stage. Tickets are available at the door for only R50 per person. For ticket reservations or further information, contact Vumile Qupe at or call 062 210 7961 / 011 422 4359.

 Join us in celebrating the legacy of Credo Mutwa and embracing the transformative power of the arts. This production promises to be an inspiring cultural event that will leave a lasting impression on your heart and soul.

Book your tickets now and prepare to be captivated by the magic of the Sibikwa Arts Academy Mid-Year Concert!

Thank you to our Supporters

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our generous supporters: TotalEnergies, the Oppenheimer Memorial Trust, and Business & Arts South Africa, whose unwavering support has made this event possible.