South African Zulu Male Choir

South African Zulu Male Choir is an all-male harmony choir whose members are all originally from South Africa. Their repertoire is called Imbube and Isicathamiya and is sung most prominently in Zulu. This art form originated from the migrant peoples from poor Southern African states who indulged in singing and dancing to while away the monotonous time in the gold mine compounds around Johannesburg where they worked away from their homes and womenfolk.

South African Zulu Male Choir have toured throughout the UK, Europe and internationally, appearing at many high profile events including singing in Wembley Stadium at the release celebrations for, and in front of, Nelson Mandela.