The pride of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, will soon arrive at the Kravis Center’s Rinker Playhouse in West Palm Beach. Nobuntu, the female a cappella quintet featuring singers Zanele Manhenga, Thandeka Moyo, Duduzile Sibanda, Heather Dube, and Joyline Sibanda, will perform February 2 and 3. The group’s name stems from an African concept that embodies humbleness, love, purpose, unity, and family from the female perspective. The quintet radiates gentle power through their commanding stage presence and chemistry, heavenly harmonies, and body percussion and dance. From Afro jazz to gospel, Nobuntu puts a unique stamp on an array of genres. The troupe has performed for audiences around the globe, but each show feels like a love letter to home. Tickets are $35.