kearsney boys choir

The Kearsney College choir surprised the Woza Moya team at their 15th Birthday celebrations with a performance dedicated to them.


The Kearsney College Choir has become synonymous with vibrant, energetic performances and slick, professional productions. With its signature blend of classical, pop and indigenous music, the choir has built up a large international following of appreciative supporters.

The boys sang a traditional Zulu gospel song called Avulekile Amasango which means Heavens gates have opened.

Woza Moya is the economic empowerment project of the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust. The organization was established in 2002 with just 5 beaders making AIDS ribbons, they now support more than 350 crafters who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.

Every week these men and women sell their crafts, everything from beadwork, wirework, woodwork and sewing. The income from their crafts is the only source of income for 95% of their crafters.

Woza Moya then take the crafts and sell them in their 3 shops. They also offer online sales which you can find by clicking here –

Watch the inspirational performances below:

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