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Nelisa Law­ton and Pros­per Takawira, Di­rec­tors of Into Mu­sic So­ci­ety are launch­ing an ex­cit­ing new CD com­pi­la­tion called Swazi Vibes Vol 1 at the In­de­pen­dence Ex­hi­bi­tion.

“As Into Mu­sic So­ci­ety, noth­ing brings us more joy than an op­por­tu­nity to work to­gether with lo­cal artists in com­pil­ing and record­ing a va­ri­ety of con­tem­po­rary Swazi mu­sic coloured with a world view.

Most of the songs are sung in Siswati, re­flect­ing the artists’ pride in our cul­ture, tra­di­tions and her­itage. There are some old tra­di­tional favourites which have been given con­tem­po­rary ar­range­ments.

The CD f e a t ur e s s ongs by Swazi­land best known artists; Bholoja, Blac­knote, Floewe, Itallo, Khole, KrTC, Mas­ter P (ft Mozaik, King Terry & Man­disa Mamba), Mozaik, No­ma­lun­gelo, Quad Ele­ment, Sands, Tiyas King, Tlale Makhene, Velem­seni and Ziyawa KaZitha.”

Karol Joszkowski, the GM of Royal Vil­las said:“Un­der man­age­ment of the Royal Vil­las Ho­tel, the Sharma House is a lux­u­ri­ously ap­pointed res­i­dence lo­cated in Swazi­land’s Ezul­wini val­ley. With ex­ten­sive well-es­tab­lished gar­dens, an on-site en­ter­tain­ment hall suit­able for 350 guests, make it the per­fect venue for wed­dings, cor­po­rate func­tions and pro­mo­tional launches.

The house pro­vides en suite ac­com­mo­da­tion for up to 12 peo­ple. Ideal for large fam­ily gath­er­ings and cock­tail par-

Swazi­land Na­tional Mu­seum is lend­ing their his­tor­i­cal pho­to­graphs for the ex­hi­bi­tion.Their SNTC Di­rec­tor of Cul­tural Her­itage, Rose­mary An­drade s ai d “The Na­tional Mu­seum has a fair col­lec­tion of old pho­to­graphs. It is im­por­tant to have old pho­to­graphs be­cause they present to one an im­age of the past. The pho­tos can help one piece to­gether his­tor­i­cal times and im­ages give us a bet­ter un­der­stand­ing of that time.

The Na­tional Mu­seum is part­ner­ing with Yebo Art Gallery to ex­hibit to the pub­lic, im­ages of where we were at In­de­pen­dence com­pared to where we are now as a coun­try.

It is im­por­tant to note that de­spite the chal­lenges that we face as a coun­try, be it e c onomic de­vel op­ment,health, so­cial, we are still one ties.

The stately house boasts an ar­ray of en­ter­tain­ment ar­eas both in­side as well as al fresco on both tiles and lawns.

The ex­pan­sive rolling lawns are avail­able for mar­ques style set up which is the ul­ti­mate po­si­tion to take in the back­drop views of Sheba’s and Mdz­imba Moun­tains.

It is an ideal op­por­tu­nity to show­case The Sharma House ex­clu­sive fa­cil­i­ties in col­lab­o­ra­tion with a lo­cal art ex­hi­bi­tion hosted by Yebo Art Gallery in cel- of the most peace­ful coun­tries and we cher­ish this peace and tran­quil­lity. We are also a na­tion blessed with tra­di­tional cul­ture that is rich and binds the na­tion to­gether in cer­e­mony and dance. “ ebrat­ing 50 years of in­de­pen­dence this year. We are proudly pro­mot­ing lo­cal Swazi artists. We hope that the event will in­spire both the cor­po­rate and pub­lic do­main to cel­e­brate Swazi­land’s 50th in­de­pen­dence through­out the course of 2018. Royal Vil­las sales rep­re­sen­ta­tive will be on hand dur­ing the ex­hi­bi­tion to an­swer any en­quiry guests might have with re­gards to the func­tion and ac­com­mo­da­tion fa­cil­i­ties.”

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