Makeba


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Makeba

(məˈkeɪbə)
n
(Biography) Miriam. 1932–2008, South African singer and political activist; banned from South Africa from 1960 to 1990
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The legend had released 49 Albums from the 1966 to 2016 and featured legends like Paul Simon, Lady Smith Mambazo, Mariam Makeba and others.
He was married to South African singer and activist Miriam Makeba for two years.
Soweto Blues" was sung by internationally celebrated late musician Miriam Makeba, also known as Mama Africa.
Masekela was once married to renowned artist Miriam Makeba, who also took the world by storm and won a Grammy Award.
He was married to singer and activist Miriam Makeba, known as "Mama Africa", from 1964 to 1966.
Contract notice:Construction of a school group and a leisure center on the zac of the French provinces - school group miriam makeba
The regular gatherings at her home rekindled the spirits of activists such as Tsietsi Mashinini, Miriam Makeba, Zonke Majodina, and many others from various nations.
2008 - South African singer Miriam Makeba collapses and dies at a concert in Italy.
Aussi, les signataires de la declaration ont exprime leur "vive satisfaction" a la creation par l'Algerie du "Prix Miriam Makeba de la creation artistique" qui sera decerne chaque 14 septembre de l'annee pour recompenser un organisme culturel africain ou une personnalite du monde artistique.
A South African singer and civil rights activist, Miriam Makeba was forced to work as a child following her father's death.
In the second section the poet also pays tribute to, among others, Miriam Makeba for her voice and Nelson Mandela for his inimitable smile.
The Miriam Makeba hit Malaika works really well, with Etheridge double tracking the guitars.