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“To See My Children Happy Is The Greatest Gift I Have Given Myself”-South African Songwriter, Simphiwe Dana

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Children are certainly gifts from God to man. The pride of a couple is their children, and every parent endeavours to make their children happy.

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Simphiwe Dana

To provide the best of care to the children and ensuring that they lack nothing in life is the preoccupation of every parent, something they work day and night toward.

Parents who have had a tough time growing up certainly wouldn’t want their beloved children to go through the same ordeals and as such, they’ll go any length to make them comfortable.

Quite unfortunately, due to economic hardships and damning unemployment situations in the system, a lot of children don’t get to enjoy as much as they should; parents do try their best but things just aren’t working out for them.

For the South African Songwriter Simphiwe Dana, the greatest gift she has ever given herself is to see her children happy.

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Dana shared photos of her children smiling

Simphiwe Dana has been hailed as the in South Africa as the “new Miriam Makeba” Due to her unique combination of Jazz, Afro-soul, Rap and Traditional music.

She is known for her creative social commentary and activism through music as a political art form.

Simphiwe made this assertion when sharing photos of children all smiling on her Twitter page.

 

 

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