Our mission is to undertake the production, documentation, packaging, marketing and
selling of Indigenous African Music and Dance products and services nationally, regionally
Our MminoWaSetšo2020 vision reads; “re-engineer traditional music and dance into
a unique brand that inspires practitioners and the co-operative workforce to see
beyond their secluded past, challenge colonial hegemonies, reinvigorate critical
communal collective practices, emerge from the shackles of racially and spatially
unequal social environment and see opportunity in all aspects of life”.
The new logo, with mustard and dark green colours is a Springbok Horn - a central
part of Dinaka/Kiba Music and Dance.
Just like many Indigenous communities around the world, Dinaka/Kiba practitioners
use animal skins and horns for their traditional instruments and costumes. Once transformed
through a careful process of preparation, the springbok horn is called lepapate -an instrument used to call practitioners to attention during public site performances.