Video: A Silent Night in Africa

Father Joseph Mohr wrote the lyrics for Silent Night (Stille Nacht) in 1816. Since then it has been translated into over 140 languages, including, Shangaan, which is the language most prevalent in the communities surrounding the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve in South Africa.

This Christmas, the Madlala Digital Learning Centre (MDLC) choir, performs “Silent Night” or “Rishongile” under the Digital Tree of Knowledge.

The fourteen-strong MDLC choir is made up of individuals who belong to both Teenagers Against Drug Abuse (TADA) and V-Girls, a movement that empowers women.

From the team and students at Good Work Foundation, have a very merry Christmas!

 

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