Ndlovu to collaborate with Grammy Award winner

We can’t give too much away, but during the next month the Ndlovu Youth Choir will be recoding an exciting new arrangement of a well  known international hit. We are thrilled to be collaborating with Grammy Award winning engineer, Bill Hare, who will be mixing and mastering the recording.

Happy Africa Day

‘I am an African. I owe my being to the hills and the valleys, the mountains and the glades, the rivers, the deserts, the trees, the flowers, the seas and the ever-changing seasons that define the face of our native land.’ Former President Thabo Mbeki


Saturday, the 21st April was Kingsday at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Pretoria. On Kingsday the Embassy becomes a fun venue with all that is truly Dutch for visitors to enjoy and participate in. Traditional Dutch food, drinks, an open-air market, and much much more provides entertainment for old an young in the way only...


Our Choir has undergone a metamorphosis – New Focus, New Name, New Look – yes, all Very Very Special and Very Very Professional! In fact we can expect something new every day from the Choir from now on. The Ndlovu Choir has evolved into a force to be reckoned with – mind blowingly special...

Shishani & Namibia Tales

Great rehearsal in Amsterdam. Looking forward to our collaboration at the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Africa embassy with the amazing Shishani & Namibian Tales. Going to be an incredible performance!

Papaya is back

Thank you Papaya (the most amazing Danish choir that sings traditional South African music) for a wonderful few days. Always special sharing music with you. Thank you for being such wonderful ambassadors of South African music. We love you guys!!! PAPAYA IS BACK PAPAYA IS BACK!Papaya is a Danish Choir which sings South African...

Cape Town Cycle Tour

When was the last time you cycled 109km? Well, the amazing Liesje and Hugo Tempelman (founders of the Ndlovu Care Group) will be riding the 109km Cape Town Cycle Tour to raise funds for new choir uniforms. Ndlovu Choir Fundraiser When was the last time you cycled 109km? Well, the amazing Liesje and Hugo...