About: Siyahamba

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Siyahamba (written down by Andries Van Tonder, and possibly composed by him, or possibly a Zulu folk song) is a South African hymn that became popular in North American churches in the 1990s. The title means "We Are Marching" or "We are Walking" in the Zulu language.

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  • Siyahamba es una canción sudafricana que se hizo popular en las iglesias estadounidenses en la década de 1990. El título significa "Caminamos", en zulú. (es)
  • Siyahamba (written down by Andries Van Tonder, and possibly composed by him, or possibly a Zulu folk song) is a South African hymn that became popular in North American churches in the 1990s. The title means "We Are Marching" or "We are Walking" in the Zulu language. (en)
  • Siyahamba är en sydafrikansk sång. Den blev populär i nordamerikanska kyrkor under 1990-talet. (sv)
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  • Siyahamba es una canción sudafricana que se hizo popular en las iglesias estadounidenses en la década de 1990. El título significa "Caminamos", en zulú. (es)
  • Siyahamba (written down by Andries Van Tonder, and possibly composed by him, or possibly a Zulu folk song) is a South African hymn that became popular in North American churches in the 1990s. The title means "We Are Marching" or "We are Walking" in the Zulu language. (en)
  • Siyahamba är en sydafrikansk sång. Den blev populär i nordamerikanska kyrkor under 1990-talet. (sv)
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  • Siyahamba (en)
  • Siyahamba (es)
  • Siyahamba (sv)
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