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Today’s Enlightening Entertainment will be presented in Zulu and English, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Zulu, and Thai.

There’s nobody like Jesus There’s nobody like him
There’s nobody like Jesus There’s nobody like him

Welcome wholehearted viewers to today’s edition of Enlightening Entertainment. Today, in the final part of our two-part program, we return to enjoy more performances from the vibrant Kearsney College Choir from South Africa.

Of the thousands of choirs around the world, the Kearsey College Choir has established itself by placing in the top 25 in the prestigious Musica Mundi World Rankings of 2010. Their dedicated conductor, Mr. Bernard Krüger, inspires this group of grade 8 to 12 students to appreciate and excel in music and explore their own creativity.

With numerous gold and silver medals from many international choir competitions, they are loved for energizing their audience. Their exciting repertoire that blends South African folk songs, pop choral, and uplifting spiritual music.

And peace in the world We see in all lands Where we live Come Father – live with us Teach our hearts To put our trust in You Father Rest our bodies that are full of work till sunset It becomes like that in other lands Here is a song, my song Here is a song, a song of peace And peace in all lands

I think anybody who likes to see something different will enjoy the show. And I think it will inspire a lot of young people and their parents to get their children involved in music. I think music is the best way to get children focused. It gives them something active to do. And for our choir, the boys they lose sweat and they work and they exercise and they practice. And they are proud of what they are doing. So, it’s really nice to be working with them.

Most of us, we’re just from ordinary lives, from ordinary school. And you know when we come together as a choir, as a family, we actually dedicate a lot of time and sacrifice in terms of performing at a world class standard.

…Freedom is coming It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.
I am the captain of my soul. I am the master of my fate.
I am the master The master The master of my freedom

We have just heard a part of the Kearsney College Choir’s world premiere of “Invictus,” based on the famous poem by William Ernest Henley that inspired many people in times of hardship. In this setting, as composed by conductor Mr. Bernard Krüger, South African hero and former President Nelson Mandela while detained hears the voice of God speaking to him. The Kearsney College Choir strives to represent the African experience and peace-loving spirit through music.

African people are vibrant, and we’ve got a lot of sunshine all year round, and we’ve got beautiful scenery, and we’ve got animals and we’ve got nature. In South Africa we are very privileged to have mountains. We have desert, we have rainforest, we have coastline, and beautiful scenery. All of this works together to create this nation of joy and happiness.

There’s nobody like Jesus There’s nobody like him
There’s nobody like Jesus There’s nobody like him
There’s nobody like Jesus There’s nobody like him
There’s nobody like Jesus There’s nobody like him

Gumboots I think have a very important history in South Africa. The men were in the cities, and they were working in the mines and the factories. They started dancing and they realized that if they clap rhythms on the boots with their hands and they start stamping their feet, they can have fun and they can make interesting sounds and music. And that’s how gumboot dancing originated. And it’s a really truly South African thing. And it’s very exciting to see. And our boys do it quite well.

We try to have fun while we’re performing, as well as encouraging the audience to have fun with us. So, when you come to one of our performances, I guarantee that you will be entertained. It’s an entertainment experience, not only for the audience but for us as well.

Hey! You! Does your mother know? Oh!

For us when we sing it’s more than just a communication between each other, we are trying to convey a message towards the audience. And if they are enjoying it, we even enjoy it more.

I'm okay, I'm alright (he's alright, he's alright)
There’s no defeat I just got to get out of this prison cell
Someday I'm going be free, Lord!
Find me somebody to love

Here comes a lion, Father (Oh yes, it’s a lion)
Here comes a lion, Father (Oh yes, it’s a lion) Father
It is a lion It’s a leopard with spots

The 1994 film, “The Lion King,” is Walt Disney’s much beloved animated tale with its story based in Africa. The movie soundtrack was produced by famous British musician Elton John and acclaimed lyricist Tim Rice. Let’s enjoy Kearsney College Choir’s medley of the film’s classic songs.

There's far too much to take in here More to find than can ever be found
But the sun rolling high In the sapphire sky
Keeps us warm on the Earth that is round
It's the Circle of Life And it moves us all
Through despair and hope Through faith and love
Till we find our place On the path unwinding
In the Circle The Circle of Life

I'm gonna be a mighty king, so enemies beware!

Well I've never seen a king or beast With quite so little hair

I'm gonna be the main event Like no king was before I'm brushing up on looking down I'm working on my roar

Thus far a rather uninspiring thing

Oh, I just can't wait to be king!
Everybody look left Everybody look right
Everywhere you look I – Stand in spotlight

Not yet!

Let every creature go for broke and sing

Let's hear it in the herd and on the wing

It's gonna be King Simba's finest fling Oh, I just can't wait to be king!
Oh, I just can't wait to be king! Oh, I just can't wait to be king!

Hakuna Matata! (Hakuna Matata!)
What a wonderful phrase (Is a wonderful phrase)
Hakuna Matata! (Hakuna Matata!)
Ain't no passing craze (Ain't no passing craze)
It means no worries for the rest of your days
It's our problem-free philosophy
Hakuna Matata! Hakuna Matata!
Hakuna Matata! Hakuna Matata!
It means no worries for the rest of your days
It's our problem-free philosophy
Hakuna Matata! Hakuna Matata! Hakuna Matata!

Can you feel the love tonight?
The peace the evening brings The world, for once, in perfect harmony With all its living things
Can you feel the love tonight?(tonight)
You needn't look too far (too far)
Stealing through the night's uncertainties Love is where they are

It's the Circle of Life And it moves us all
Through despair and hope Through faith and love
Till we find our place On the path unwinding
In the Circle The Circle of Life

In our religious program, the last song is called “O Siyeza.” And that has to do with our ancestors. In African cultures, the ancestral spirits play a very important part, and they take care of us here on Earth. So, at the same time, when we are busy singing about God and about his protection of us on Earth, we also singing about our heritage and about our country, and how what’s happened before is there to take us into the future.

And in our performance, we have combined it with our national anthem, which is “God Bless Africa,” “Nkosi sikelel i.” And I think the two work very well together.

Through all the days that eat away At every breath that I take
Through all the nights I’ve laid alone
In someone else’s dream, awake
All the words in truth we have spoken
That the wind has blown away
Oh it’s only you that remains with me Clear as the light of day

(Oh we are coming)
Oh I’m coming

(Oh we are coming)
I’ll be coming

(We will arrive no matter what)
You know the tide is turning

(Oh we are coming, Oh we are coming)
Oh I’m coming

(Just for a short time)
You know the tide is turning

(We will land on the other side)
Over these dark lands

(on those dark mountains)
Going to touch your face

(where we will lay down)
Going to lay you down

(all the suffering)
In your place

Inside a boy looks up to his father
For a sign of an approving eye
Oh, it's funny how those once so close and now gone Can still so affect our lives

(Oh we are coming)
Oh I’m coming

(Oh we are coming)
I’ll be coming

(We will arrive no matter what)
You know the tide is turning

(Oh we are coming, Oh we are coming)
Oh I’m coming

(Just for a short time)
You know the tide is turning

(We will land on the other side)
Over these dark lands

(on those dark mountains)
Going to touch your face

(where we will lay down)
Going to lay you down

(all the suffering)
In your place

Oh we are coming, Oh we are coming
We will arrive no matter what

Oh we are coming, Oh we are coming
Just for a short time
We will land on the other side
on those dark mountains
where we will lay down
all the suffering
The children of Africa
Take me now
Take me now
Don’t let go
Don’t let go
Hold me close
Hold me close. I’m coming home.

(Oh we are coming)
Oh I’m coming

(Oh we are coming)
I’ll be coming

(We will arrive no matter what)
You know the tide is turning

(Oh we are coming, Oh we are coming)
You know the tide is turning

Going to make my crossing
(We will land on the other side)
Over these dark lands
(on those dark mountains)
Got to touch your face
(where we will lay down)
Go, let me down
(all the suffering)
In your grace

Our applause and appreciation for the Kearsney College Choir for creating invigorating, delightful music performances to share with the world. Wishing you the best of success as you continue bringing joy and upliftment to audiences worldwide.

Hi, I am Bernard from the Kearsney Choir from South Africa. And I would like to say, Be Veg, Go Green 2 Save the Planet!

Thank you, kindhearted viewers, for joining us on Enlightening Entertainment. Coming up next is Words of Wisdom, right after Noteworthy News, here on Supreme Master Television. May your days be full of happiness.

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