The "videotrack" to 'Caminhos do Rio', Emlanjeni, is available at the bottom of the page.
"During an event sponsored by the South African Tour Board in London, I had the honor of hearing live one of the top Pop groups from South Africa, Mafikizolo. The audience, predominantly South African, who were singing and dancing along with the group, tells you that the band is very well known and carries a strong following in South Africa. Listening to them live and watching the energy they possessed, you could understand the attraction. This genre of music is known as Kwaito, African and carries a rhythm and beat that has you tapping your fingers, swinging and dancing to the sound, which we all did on the dance floor as we cruised down the Thames. I was honored when the group presented me a copy of their current recording entitled Kwela, of which many of the songs were performed live during the event. I have had time to sit back and enjoy this recording with my favorite cuts being Kwela Kwela, Udakwa Njalo, Ndizolila, Soka Lami and Emlanjeni. This was a unique evening of sights and sounds, and I was thankful I was a part of it. You can see into a culture from their music, and this group showed a passion, energy and love for their language, people and heritage that you could hear in the music and view in the dance."
(Review taken from here)