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Zim Ngqawana

Zim Ngqawana has been hailed by Johannesburg's leading daily paper, The Star, as “The most visible, hardest working younger man in jazz.” He is one of the new generation of South African musicians who are taking a fresh look at South Africa's jazz and traditional music heritage. Zim made his mark at the historic Inauguration of President Nelson Mandela in 1994, where he directed the 100 person 'Drums for Peace Ochestra', led an elite group of 12 Presidential drummers and featured as a solo saxophonist.

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