mujejeje is inspired by ancient sound technology, stones, which when beaten would ring out across valleys transmitting important information and forming sophisticated broadcast communication networks.
Found at the Great Zimbabwe, several sites in the country and continent - these stones resonate sound, memory and solidarity echoing through space and time, and manifesting as a sonic network connecting across Africa and its diaspora.

In 2021 - artists, curators and writers come together in a series of correspondences - a programme of six compositions of sound-related works which trace transnational music histories and shared sonic imaginaries reverberating across Zimbabwe, Africa and multiple sites around the world.

mujejeje launches on 29 June, broadcasting weekly on

01    Tsitsi Jaji & Antawan I Byrd
02    Simon Njami, Sammy Baloji & Mo Laudi
03    Paul Goodwin & Tumi Mogorosi
04    Santiago Mostyn & Tawanda Appiah
05    Robert Abia Moore & Tinofireyi Zhou
06    Batsirai Chigama 
         Penny Yon & Atiyyah Khan
         George Albert Yon

sound editing: News From Home
music instrumental: Husikisiki Studio

The programme is supported by Pro Helvetia Johannesburg financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) through its Regional Arts Progamme.