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ngoma

(əŋˈɡəʊmə; əŋˈɡɒm-)
n
(Instruments) E African a type of drum
[Swahili]
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Now that we know life is full of wolves in sheepskin, I'm inviting you all to Ngoma Festival at Carnival Gardens this evening.
Specially elected councillor, Mr Peter Ngoma suggested that the city council should request other council's budgets in order to find out whether they over budgeted or under budgeted when they proposed a budget, adding that Francistown was the second city and therefore should be amongst councils that were awarded more money.
Project Description : To Set up ICT centre in Ngoma, Rwanda
My mum has shared the Cafe Ngoma poster more than I have.
Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Aesthetics after Apartheid.
Another force for change in mapiko dancing was labour migration northwards into Tanganyika, which brought Makonde into closer contact with Swahili coast post-slavery ngoma styles, which were also extremely competitive.
DISSONANCE DANCE THEATRE/ NGOMA CENTER FOR DANCE Shawn Short, Founder/Director Resident Ballet of Ngoma Center for Dance Celebrating 10 Year Anniversary www.
The ability to print directly on offset coated media without any specialty treatments using High Fusion Ink has enabled us to achieve full color personalization across our direct mail applications," said Thierry Ngoma, plant manager, VPrint.
Commercial herbal medicines used as African traditional medicines: Ngoma Herbal Tonic Immune Booster interferes with a rapid urine drug screening test
Total viable counts in both traditionally made and machine churner made samples were in the 2-7 Log cfu/g range with the exception of Ngoma sample at 10 Log cfu/g.
Recurrent in the East African region, ngoma is a term which can have different meanings.
Hammar, former Archbishop of the Church of Sweden; Professor Naison Ngoma at the Copperbelt University in Zambia; and Lord Marks QC of the UK.