SWAZILAND NATIONAL MUSEUM
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.”