Indlondlo Zulu Dancers is a Non- Profit Organisations (151- 983 NPO) that performs and educate Cultural Dances in the rural areas of the Valley of 1000 Hills/ KwaNyavu / Mkhambathini and surrounding areas. This group is made of executive management, administrators and performers. The group was established in 2010 through gathering young boys together and perform the Zulu dance (
We were at that time, just performing and never thought of establishing a professional cultural dance group. That was until
This grew within us, and we committed to keep the team growing and composed more styles of dance and songs. We received more followers and started receiving invitations to perform at weddings and traditional ceremonies etc…
The group then was registered in April 2015 under Department of Social Development as Indlondlo Zulu Dancers, Arts and Cultural Centre (
- To have
directimpact on youth education in cultural activities.
- To teach and
instil respectof one another to young and old.
- To establish
youthdevelopment program in all arts.
- To promote social activities that keeps youth away from bad influential substances
- To educate youth about the importance of education.
- To educate about
negativityof dropping off from school.
- To educate about
disadvantagesof teenage pregnancy.
- To encourage youth to live
positivelife with good purposes and dreams.
- To create jobs for our people in the community and exchange our traditional outfits with other nations.
- To promote our culture by organizing Festival and Award Ceremonies to show the importance of our tradition and customs.
- To create means of Cultural Village to welcome people from around the world to experience warmth that we possess in our country.
We aim at bringing about change in the manner in which today’s youth look at cultural and yester-years activities. Traditional dances and related activities are perceived as barbaric by certain youth, and we want to change that, let them see the value of keeping our history alive.
We want to be the global brand that represents Africa and it’s culture of diverse tribes and nationalities.
History on INDLAMU
It is derived as a war dance from the time of King Shaka, who became a Leader of the Zulu Nation in 1816. During the Anglo-Zulu war, the war dances helped inspire men as they were to begin their Long barefoot marches to battle.
Indlamu dance in Zulu culture was and still is used as an important factor in maintaining a sense of Group
High kick and stomping , dancers formed straight line. South Africans Zulus are known for their
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