Songololo: Voices of Change

Filmed during the dying days of apartheid, Songololo: Voices of Change, portrays the emergent post-apartheid culture, born of the collective hopes, aspirations and memories of black South Africans. This vision is articulated through the inspiring work of two popular African artists - political poet/musician Mzwakhe Mbuli and humanist writer/performer Gcina Mhlophe. Songololo depicts the powerful role black South African popular culture - including hostel dancing, church singing, township jazz, and freedom songs- play in the triumph and survival of a people. A rousing and inspiring film.

  • Length: 54 minutes
  • Format: DVD and VHS