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The Drakensberg Boys Choir share hope-inspiring performance saying Solibona “We will see the sun rise again”; get ready for the chills!


The Drakensberg, South Africa (23 April 2020) – Hope is the one way to keep your spirit thriving. Without hope, very little can be done. That is why it is so important to stay hopeful during times of trouble. Keep the fire burning, stoke the hope! That is exactly what the Drakensberg Boys Choir are doing with their performances, inspiring hope.

The school’s most recent performance left us with goosebumps and hair standing on end. They sing the song Solibona, “We will see the sun rise again” by Lebo M.

“The Drakensberg Boys Choir brings this message of hope during the COVID-19 outbreak.

We will see the sun rise again
We will heal in our hearts
We will find peace
Our world will be healed and we will see the sun rise again.” 

The school has had to cancel its international and local tours, meaning a loss of income for the performance programme. They hope that with each performance, the inspire people to support them.

If you would like to support the boy’s choir during this time, you can find our how, here.

Take a look at their beautiful and hopeful performance below.

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