352 choirs from all over the globe sang at the world choir games in SA

Over 155 South African choirs have taken part in the World Choir Games held in Tshwane.

They were among more than 300 international choirs, which have converged on Tshwane in the last week to compete.

READ:One of the choirs from World Choir Games serenades you

Speaking to Joanne Joseph, CEO of both the African Cultural Development Foundation & the Local Organising Committee Ali Mpofu says the World Choir Games began on 4 July.

We actually had 352 choirs from all over the world coming through to celebrate in music and in song and dance with us as South Africans.

Ali Mpofu, CEO of both the African Cultural Development Foundation & the Local Organising Committee

He adds that they are excited even though the even is coming to an end and they will be having their closing ceremony on Saturday.

Listen below to the full interview:


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