Design Indaba conference on the history and future of Xibelani – taking place in Cape Town from the 26 – 28 February 2020.songa rapper Sho Madjozi will be presenting at this year’s prestigious
“I’m so honored and excited to be presenting at this year’s prestigious Design Indaba. I will be presenting on The History and Future of Xibelani,” wrote Sho Madjozi.
In its 25 years of inspiring people, Design Indaba has seen over 600 illustrious speakers take to the stage to deliver soul-stirring and mind-awakening talks earning the acclaim as the best conference in the world whilst also actively pursuing change and action – seeding over 200 impact-driven projects into the public square.
Design Indaba 2020 will be a 3 day multi-sensory, thought-provoking and expansive experience that includes a series of captivating talks by day and festival by night, featuring live music, theatre, exhibitions, and masterclasses.
Tickets for the conference 2020 are available through WebTickets [HERE]. The tickets are priced from R6180 to R8240.Where: The Artscape Theatre, Cape Town
When: 26—28 February 2020
Design Indaba 2020 celebrates a momentous milestone in the conference’s legacy, it’s 25th anniversary. Lauded as the Best Conference in the world, Design Indaba has become a respected institution on the global creative landscape.
The 2020 iteration of the conference will bring to the stage the creative optimism and activism people have come to expect from the flagship platform, such as its ensemble cast of acclaimed speakers, spanning the disciplines of design and innovation.
Described as a creative pilgrimage, Design Indaba is a 3-day multi-sensory, thought-provoking and expansive experience that includes a series of captivating design talks by day and festival by night, featuring live music, theatre, exhibitions, and masterclasses – all designed to help you explore the realms of creativity.
Sho Madjozi’s presentation will be on Wednesday.
Xibelani is a South African dance style also commonly referred to as “Shibelani or Shibelana”. This dance belonging to a community called Tsonga is said to have originated from the Limpopo province in South Africa. It is a form of dance mainly performed by women. In addition, the name of this indigenous dance is said to have been derived from a local language belonging to the Tsonga community called “Xitsonga”.
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