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"They killed my brother": Mokoomba on a lost best friend

Published on : 31 October 2013 - 1:27pm | By Serginho Roosblad (Photo: Zig Zag World)
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When you see Zimbabwean band Mokoomba perform their hit single, you’d never guess the track is about a very traumatic experience in lead singer Mathias Muzaza’s life. ‘Njoka’, meaning ‘snake’ in their native Tonga, deals with a fatal snake bite. And in this video edition of My Song, Muzaza recalls seeing his best friend die right before his eyes because of it. 

My Song showcases the personal stories behind the songs of Africa’s most compelling musicians. You’ll hear these musicians in their own words. No presenter, no interviewer – nothing to get in the way. Just African voices on African music.

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Discussion

brad powell 12 November 2013 - 9:01am

Really sad I am sorry for what is happen to your brother. Hexder Zac Efron

Melisa 11 November 2013 - 2:16pm

What should I says to you, I really lost my best friend last night, Happend to me as well Angel Jackets

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