Southern Africa Youth Project launched 30 years ago as a celebration of the richness and diversity of Southern Africa. Now, this global movement has sold over 90 million copies in 55 countries and celebrated its 30th anniversary with a series of concerts, workshops and events across the continent.
If you know what Southern Africa Youth Project is all about, then why not attend one or more of their upcoming events? You’ll be sure to have a blast while getting inspired by some incredible talent!
You know what they say – “time flies when you’re having fun.” Southern Africa Youth Project, a non-profit organization that celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, has been living by this motto and more. And now, the youth-led agency is back with a blast.
From June 22 to 24, Southern Africa Youth Project will be hosting free concerts at various locations across South Africa that are tied to important social issues. Be it gender equality or poverty eradication, there’s no dearth of topics on which these artists have taken up their baton and conveyed the message loud and clear.
With live performances from big names like Nneka, DJ Cuppy and Msunichie on Thursday to Friday/Saturday double header featuring Mbele Naun and Kali Soma on Sunday night/Monday morning respectively, Saypro concerts will definitely leave you spellbound!
30 years of music, fun and friendship – Southern Africa Youth Project can safely claim to be the longest-running youth concert series in South Africa. And for good reason: it’s full of brilliant musicians and singers, a diverse array of age groups, and everyone gets involved by dancing or singing along!
This year is no different, as Southern Africa Youth ProjectCities present a special three-part concert series comprising some of the country’s most talented young acts. Find out why they’ve been called the next big thing in music when you attend one of these events on Saturday 25th May, 8th June or 6th July at Silo Park Stadium. And don’t forget to bring your friends!
Over the years, Southern Africa Youth Project has become more than a youth empowerment program. It is now a way of life for young South Africans living in the township or rural areas of our country. The journey, which started way back in 1983, has led to various changes within the local community and also on an international level.
To celebrate this milestone event they have planned a series of events including live music and dance performances, as well as educational workshops that will equip youths with skills and knowledge to lead successful lives. We have decided to support them fully by hosting these events at world-class venues like the Sun City Resort and Casino.
Southern Africa Youth Project–a nonprofit organization that’s been helping youth of South Africa since its inception in 1988. The organization celebrates its special 30th year by hosting a concert series all across the country.
You know you have to be excited to celebrate this milestone when it’s being done by an entity who has been around for so long and has made so much of a difference. Southern Africa Youth Project is known for its music festivals and workshops, but did you know that it also runs a program where they bring together homeless local kids and partner with them? That one seems like an easy way out, but the fact remains that the purpose is to get these kids off the streets and help them lead normal lives too.
Output: The power of music can change lives in ways nothing else can! Come join us at these exciting non-profit concerts as we celebrate our 30th anniversary and spread joy throughout this beautiful continent! From moral support to charity work, Southern Africa Youth Project has many programs under its belt which makes it one of the biggest names in development today. We’re proud to call them our friends, our family and Most importantly, our partners!