“Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika” was composed in 1897. This song was made famous with concerts given by Black people choirs in Johannesburg, and then it was adopted for African political meetings by victims of segregationist policy. It was sung for decades as a hymn for opposition and disapproval to racial segregation. The White president Frederik De Klerk made it the anthem of post-apartheid South Africa on April 20th, 1994. Christian Jusselme arranged it for 3-part mixed voices. He also suggests an easy choreography in order to give more strength to the song and highlight the pure South African spirit. There is also an arrangement for 4-part mixed voices SATB (ref. ACJ 3029).