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Songa Mbele by Alex Kitaka and Ubia Hope | Tebere Arts Podcast

“Songa Mbele” is an exploration of corruption and entitlement from a police woman who thinks that she has a right to rob citizens of their money because they are being paid less and have expenses to take care of. She finds pleasure in putting men in cornered conditions and exercising her authority over them.

]Written by Alex Kitaka & Ubia Hope.

Voices: Dorothy Muhirwe as the female cop, Lubwama Duncan as the male cop & Tamale Micheal as Frank

Brought to you by the Tebere Arts Foundation and supported by Pro Helvetia Johannesburg, the Swiss Arts Council.

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