Hello Miss Ale I liked a lot the song. My singing it on choir.Lots of LoveVicky M
Hello Miss Ale.I know perfectly this song, I remember that the first time I heard it was in a movie called Invictus which shows when Nelson Mandela is president for the first time after 30 years in jail and fighting for the black people rights. I still feel very sorry that he couldn't attend to the World Cup ceremony and I feel very sorry for him because one of his great grandchildren that had 13 years, had died in an accident.I give tribute to this person who always fought and fought for human rights and never giving up. He alone could join both breeds and make them have the same rights because a skin colour can't change in a person. I have heard that this song is like an anthom for South Africa and means a lot to them . I also saw in Tv that every single person in Africa sing that song and I think they said that Shosholoza means like put corage to eeverything and never but never give up and follow Mandela's Step and to make Africa a better and less poorer country to live. See You, Franco.r 6B
Hello Miss Ale!!I like the idea that we have to do some research through the blog at home.KissesCaro B
Hello Miss Ale,I know the song because my sister told me that they will sing at choir "Shosholoza", and when I heard the song from the middle school choir I loved it.Bye Lourdes Undem 6c
Hello miss ale, I like this song very much and I thing that a choir sang it on friday. I am trying to learn it by heart.Happy WeekendAna
I am going to look in internet but I ready heard that song in a movie called INVICTUS.JOSE
I know the song because I heard it in a movie called invictus and allso I saw it in the news when I was in the farm a long time ago.BYE vartan
Hello Miss ale I remeber this song from that movie called Invictus that talks abput Nelson Mandela
Hi Miss ALe,I know the song because I watched the film Invictus and I was happy because the song was with a happy mode and the story of Nelson Mandela was very well represented. I am reading the book Invictus and I always remember Shosholoza. It is very special because one day before my birthday the book Invictus came to Argentina and I had it for my birthday. I loved the gift and am surprised for what Mandela did for the black community to have the same rights as white men. He also was a man who predicted the future very well because he said that he was going to be the first black President before being 27 years in jail. He tried to understand the white men and used his time in jail to learn their language so that he could help his nation. It is incredible how he didn't give up after 27 years in jail. I think that in the project that we will have with you of Personal Heroes, I will chose him. I think that he was a great leader. If he goes to the World Soccer Cup, it will be incredible. He was great.See you,Axel G
Good to read that you can connect this song to the film Invictus!!See you tomorrow!Sleep tight!
Miss Ale, I was able to get the lyrics together with the translation. Lyrics:ShosholozahShosholozahKu lezontabahStimela siphum' eSouth AfricaShosholozahShosholozahKu lezontabahStimela siphum' eSouth AfricaWen' uyabalekahWen' uyabalekahKu lezontabahStimela siphum' eSouth Africa Translation:Go forwardGo forwardon those mountainstrain from South Africa.Go forwardGo forwardYou are running awayYou are running awayon those mountainstrain from South Africa. Makena BC.
Hello Miss AleI knoow this song because it is in a mouvi calld invictus abut Mandela and the rugby wourld cup that Mandela said to the captain of the Spiringbox to win the wourld cupTobias.M 6C
Hi Miss Ale!I already sent the meaning that I searched inWikipedia! What an amazing song. For us to understand it is hard work like for them another traditonal argentina song will be! JAJJAJ Iliked the idea of Vicky M. to sing it in choir!!SEE YOU KISSESValen P. 6a
Very good song miss ale from were thit you get it in the thing that say hat i was obligatory i had to put my name because i didn't.Facu V
hello miss Ale i but what it means but i did not but my nime it sais shosholoza is a traditional song of africa this song is in invictus when mandela is getting out of jail
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