God Bless Africa (Mungu ibariki Afrika)

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"Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika" ("Lord Bless Africa" in Xhosa), was originally composed as a hymn in 1897 by Enoch Sontonga, a Xhosa clergyman at a Methodist mission school near Johannesburg. The song became a pan-African liberation anthem and was later adopted as the national anthem of five countries in Africa including Zambia, Tanzania, Namibia and Zimbabwe after independence. Zimbabwe and Namibia have since adopted new national anthems. The song is currently the national anthem of Tanzania and, since 1994, a portion of the national anthem of South Africa.
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National Anthem of Tanzania, Tanzanian National Anthem, National Anthem of South Africa, South African National Anthem, anthem:tz, anthem:za, en:God Bless Africa, pl:Hymn Tanzanii, bn:মুঙ্গু ইবারিকি আফ্রিকা, eo:Himno de Tanzanio, ko:탄자니아의 국가, he:המנון טנזניה, ja:タンザニアの国歌, ru:Гимн Танзании, sr:Химна Танзаније, th:มุงกูอีบารีกีอาฟรีกา, uk:Гімн Танзанії