The inaugural Matobo Heritage Festival will be held from 31 July – 5 August at Amagugu International Heritage Centre. From 31 July – 4 August it is largely primary, secondary and tertiary institutions of learning that will be visiting. The standard daily activities are as per the attached poster. There will be more activities of course 🙂
On 5 August we are open to members of the public. The morning will feature the standard festival activities. Starting 12 noon we host a series of explosive music sessions. We feature the talented and award winning Nobuntu – an all female imbube ensemble. The reverberating sounds of the djembe drum will echoe in the Matobo mountains courtesy of Djembe Monks and Drums of Peace. You don’t want to miss out.