Singing against sexist poverty

Leading female musicians from across Africa performed in the South African city of Cape Town this morning at the World Economic Forum on Africa.

They have come together as part of the “Poverty is Sexist” campaign, to put women and girls at the centre of the global drive to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030.

Here’s South Africa’s jazz and Afro-pop singer Judith Sephuma:

She was joined by Gabon’s Arielle Tomby:

And Selmor Mtukudzi from Zimbabwe (L) and Nigeria’s Waje Iruobe.

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Source: BBC

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