MIRIAM MAKEBA DOODLE: Google celebrates galvanizing 'Mama Africa' with …
The birthday of Miriam Makeba, the late singer and civil rights campaigner, has been commemorated with a Google doodle. Makeba was born in Johannesburg on 4 March, 1932. In 1960, the South African government cancelled her passport to prevent her
Miriam Makeba, whose life is celebrated on Google's homepage on what would be her 81st birthday Monday, helped introduce the world to the Xhosa language and its distinctive click consonants. By Eoin O'Carroll, Staff / March 4, 2013. Miriam Makeba
Google has featured Miriam Makeba yesterday on their Search page. Miriam Makeba, aka Mama Africa, was a Grammy Award wining South African singer and civil rights activist (Source: Wikipedia). It was Miriam's 81st birthday yesterday.
Miriam Makeba Honored with Google Doodle. Today, Google is celebrating South African singer and political activist Miriam Makeba. Makeba was born in Johannesburg in 1932. Her professional career began in 1950 as part
The illustration's profile captures the passion of Makeba in performance — the magic of her music that she first realized, as a Prospect township-born girl in the '30s, might have the power to lift her out of hardscrabble times. It was that