LISTEN: Berita Collaborates With Ndlovu Youth Choir On A Single Against GBV
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As the country observes 16 Days Of Activism Against Gender-Based Abuse, Berita and the Ndlovu Youth Choir release Ungandibulali

Multi Award-winning Afro soul singer-songwriter Berita has collaborated with internationally acclaimed Ndlovu Youth Choir for a song dedicated to the fight against gender-based violence called Ungandibulali.

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Set in a soft ballad to imitate a love letter, yet lyrically capturing the important message, Ungandibulali firmly and poetically confronts communities and the oppressing gender who enable the abuse.

Berita mentioned the importance of the significance of the song and this collaboration.  “I am truly honored to have partnered with the Ndlovu Youth Choir for this campaign against the battle we are currently facing in the country. Gender based violence is destroying our homes, our schools, our churches and our communities, Ungandibulali is our committed contribution to the fight against GBV and my dedication to all the women and children who have fallen victim to this atrocious injustice.”

Ungandibulali debuted on all SABC radio stations at 8:15am today as as a part of a campaign. The song is the theme song for SABC Radio’s ‘Dont turn a bling eye,’ campaign driving the message of no violence against women. In addition Berita’s record label Assali Music pledges a portion of the proceeds of the song towards the fight against Gender Based Violence in South Africa. 

Stream and purchase the single on all major digital stores. 

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