Südafrika in Deutschland, Topnews, Pressespiegel
06. March 2017
South Africa's Afro-Soul Star NOMFUSI - Update for Berlin Concert on 19 March
The soul of Mama Africa meets the fire of Motown and Soul in pint-sized packet of dynamite Music critics have tipped the singer for being the next big thing to come out of South Africa with the qualities of a world star. Nomfusi‘s life story was described in Rolling Stone South Africa as „the sort of story Hollywood is bound to snap up.“ She was born in the township of KwaZhakele in the Eastern Cape. Her single mother raised her while her father languished in jail for 21 years.
After a mere six years in the industry, Afro-soul star Nomfusi has become one of South Africa’s most sought-after music exports with over twenty international tours under her belt.
“Her voice is bigger than mine, but she‘s smaller than my trumpet. The last time we invited her she stole the show from us.” Hugh Masekela
NOMFUSI is touring Germany with her new album "African Day" in March 2017, in Berlin on the 19.03. at Auster Club, Pücklerstraße 34, 10997 Berlin, not at Bi Nuu anymore.
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der Bildung haben sich seit Ende
der Apartheid verdreifacht.
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des Haushalts sind Südafrikas
die höchsten der Welt.