South-South cultural cooperation: Transnational identities in the music of Dorothy Masuka and Miriam Makeba

@article{Khan2008SouthSouthCC,
  title={South-South cultural cooperation: Transnational identities in the music of Dorothy Masuka and Miriam Makeba},
  author={Katy Khan},
  journal={Muziki},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={145 - 151}
}
  • K. Khan
  • Published 1 July 2008
  • Art
  • Muziki
ABSTRACT Although there has been substantial exchange of commercial goods between Zimbabwe and South Africa, little has been written about the two countries’ cultural exchanges that predate colonialism. The aim of this article is firstly to explore the musical global flows that were initiated by the Zimbabwean-born Dorothy Masuka and the different kinds of musical cooperations that Masuka entered into with South Africa's musical legend, Miriam Makeba, and then secondly to underline the… 

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