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It is rare for legends of African music to tour Australia, hence when SBS Swahili heard that the King of Soukous: Kanda Bongo Man will be touring Australia we get in...
SBS Swahili attended Mashujaa Day comemorations at Mt Annan Botanical Gardens in NSW Australia.
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The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is Australia’s largest settlement program, providing over 500 hours of English language tuition to new migrants.
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