Music in action

02 March 2021 | Youth

The Marimba stars are a music group from Tsumeb who have been together for two years. The group, which has six members, is led by Kativa Sau and usually plays local gigs. Sai says one of the biggest platforms they have performed at was at a local lodge on 9 January this year. My Zone spotted the group playing at Tsumeb's mall over the weekend.

PHOTO ESTER KAMATI

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