In partnership with IziLimi Zase Afrika, we offer Ugubhu neziNsimbi Zomculo Wesintu which is a public programme that aims to create an environment that promotes and accommodates the reconnection between the young and the old through sounds that are rooted in our indigenous cultures and traditions. The programme preserves indigenous sounds, songs and stories by teaching them to young children at the centre and outside the community, where traditional stories are told and new ones are born.

The Centre received a donation of Marimbas and Djembe drums, and these were reserved for Ugubhu primarily because Marimba is not one of the instruments that are offered in our main music programme. The programme takes place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 15h00 – 17h00 and on Saturdays from 13h00 – 15h00.
This programme is open to everyone for free and is very popular with students who are on the waiting list and those who do not qualify to enrol in our main music programme and also includes parents. Ugubhu also gets opportunities to perform at MICM events throughout the year.