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African Children’s Choir Visiting Nearby Churches in 2023

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International nonprofit organization Music for Life announces the 2023 U.S. African Children’s Choir Tour. The tour will include 50+ stops across the country, sure to melt the hearts of audiences with their performance of popular children’s music, traditional spiritual songs and African cultural pieces.

On March 3, the choir will visit Holy Ghost Lutheran Church at 7 pm in Fredericksburg and on March 5, the group will be at Redemptive Grace Ministries at 10: 30 am in New Braunfels.

The 2023 tour is much more than a concert. The African Children’s Choir is composed of African children, aged 10 to 12 years old, all who come from vulnerable backgrounds and have faced hardship and lack of education. However, they represent the potential of the African child to become leaders for a better future.

“The African Children’s Choir proves just how powerful music can be,” says Tina Sipp, Choir Manager for the African Children’s Choir. “These concerts provide hope and encouragement, not just to our audiences, but to the children whose lives are forever changed by their experiences with the Choir.”

The 2023 tour will kick off on Sunday, January 15, 2023, in Wake Forest, North Carolina, and will make stops in 16 different states before concluding on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, in Pinehurst, NC. For a full list of tour stops, visit https://africanchildrenschoir.com/tour-dates/.

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Zindzi Mandela Dead at 59

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The Nelson Mandela Foundation confirmed the death of the Zindzi Mandela, South Africa’s Ambassador to Denmark and daughter of anti-apartheid icons Nelson and Winnie Mandela. The following statement was released:

“It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Mama Zindzi Mandela, youngest daughter of the late ANC Stalwarts Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. She is survived by her children and grandchildren.” (https://www.nelsonmandela.org/news/entry/statement-from-the-mandela-family-on-the-passing-of-zindzi-mandela)

Zindzi was 59.

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Futuristic Buildings in Kenya Will Be the Tallest Skyscrapers in All of Africa

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Standing over 1,000 feet (300 meters) above ground, The Pinnacle is an exquisite mixed-use development at the heart of Upper Hill in Nairobi, Kenya’s fast-growing business and financial hub; an attractive development which combines indulgent luxury with high-end commerce and distinctive architectural design.

The Pinnacle offers residents and guests a selection of spacious apartments, stylish commercial offices and a five-star hotel joined together at the base of both towers by a five-story shopping mall and entertainment center.

The Pinnacle will be the tallest building in Africa and the ultimate architectural achievement, soon to become the defining landmark not just for Nairobi, but for Kenya and the whole African continent.

Combining indulgent luxury with high-end commerce and distinctive architectural design, the Pinnacle is an exquisite mixed-use development at the heart of Upper Hill, Nairobi’s fast growing business and financial hub. Its two towers will offer stylish commercial offices and a five-star hotel, joined together at the base by a five-story shopping mall and entertainment center.

From an exclusive viewing deck at over 900 feet above ground, residents and visitors can see Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya for unforgettable, and truly breathtaking views.

For more details and/or to invest in this project, visit https://www.thepinnacleofafrica.com/

Kenya, located in East Africa, is the world’s 48th largest country by total area. With a population of more than 52.2 million people, Kenya is the 27th most populous country. It’s capital and largest city is Nairobi while its oldest city and first capital is the coastal city of Mombasa.

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