Africans Unite Concert

23 October 2019

“Africans my heart bleeds for you!
When will you ever realize that your fight should never be against each other, but for each other?
When will you ever unite and construct a future so worthy of your future generations?
When will you ever stop pointing fingers at each other and start pointing each other towards the right direction?
Africans my heart bleeds heavily for you!
If you cannot stand together, you will be conquered forever.
In the end, your real enemy will stand on the mountain top and claim victory.”
― Gift Gugu Mona

Burna Boy, Kwesta and Jidenna to Unite on stage against Xenophobia and Gender-Based Violence following the recent xenophobic attacks and increasing reports of gender-based violence in South Africa. These African superstars will headline the Africans Unite concert in November to unify all Africans and speak out against femicide.

Presented by South Africa’s Department of Sports, Arts, and Culture, in association with Channel O and powered by Play Network Africa, Africans Unite is a collaborative project that aims to rebuild trust and respect amongst African nations by changing the current narrative to that of unity and solidarity.

“As we have our leaders working towards uniting Africa, it is important that we see each other as brothers of the same soil and come together and unite Africa. We must recognise and accept our differences as a continent and people of diverse cultures and love one another regardless. Both indigenous and non-indigenous businesses should be able to thrive in every country on the African continent – that way we will become the most formidable continent on the planet,” ~ Burna Boy

The Details

Cape Town

Date: 23 November 2019

Venue: The Lawns at the Round House, Camps Bay

Tickets:  Available at Webtickets

Johannesburg

Date: 24 November 2019

Venue: Sun Arena, Time Square

Tickets: Available from Computicket

During the week of the xenophobic attacks, numerous celebrities and influencers across Africa spoke out against the atrocities, the most noticeable voice being from Nigeria’s Burna Boy who urged the two governments to come together and put an end to the pain, hostility, and violence.

One Continent. One People. One Love. Africans it’s our time to unite how we know best, through passion and music. Checkout Play Network Africa on their handles below for updates and more details:

Facebook: Play Network Nigeria

Twitter: @playnetworkafr

Instagram: @playnetworkafr

 #AfricansUnite #AfricaUnite

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