Shosholoza


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Shosholoza

(ˌʃəʊʃəʊˈləʊzə)
n
(Music, other) South African a popular Zulu choral song
[from Zulu, literally: move forward]
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It further seeks to improve on-time arrivals of Shosholoza Meyl to above 50%, currently at 3%.
A finale offering a pure celebration of South African music, including the popular songs of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, click song, shosholoza, wedding songs and new compositions, will be an uplifting end to an unforgettable event for Ystradgynlais.
The passenger service of the national railway network, Shosholoza Meyl, runs accessibly priced long-distance trains with dining cars and twin-berth sleepers.
The Shosholoza Meyl train was heading to Johannesburg from the coastal city of Port Elizabeth, according to the reports.( ANI )
Video showed part of the Shosholoza Meyl train in flames after the collision that occurred between the communities of Hennenman and Kroonstad in Free State province.
"It is not yet confirmed but the death toll for now is sitting at 14," said Daisy Daniel, spokesperson for long haul passenger rail service Shosholoza Meyl.
"It is not yet confirmed but the death toll for now is sitting at 14," Daisy Daniel, a Spokeswoman for passenger rail service Shosholoza Meyl, said.
This is in stark contrast to the African preference for co-operation, group work or shosholoza ("work as one": i.e.
We sang Shosholoza, an African tune, but also Calon Lan and Perfect Day.