|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|5||Party / Give||2||Audio||1980||A&M Records|
|6||Set Me Free||2||Audio||1984-09-10||Gallo|
|8||Kala-Harari - Rock||7||Audio||1979-11-19||Gallo|
|9||Greatest Hits Volume 1||8||Audio||1990||Gallo Music Productions|
|10||Set Me Free||2||Audio||1984-09-10||Rufaro|
|13||Boogie Through The Night / Funky Kunga||2||Audio||1983||Rufaro|
|16||Greatest Hits Volume 1||8||Audio||1991||Gallo Music Productions|
Formed in the late sixties and originally known as [b]The Beaters[/b], the South African group consisting of guitarists Selby Ntuli and Saitana (real name: Monty Ndimande), bassist Alec Khaoli and drummer Sipho Mabuse decided to change their name to [b]Harari[/b] during a tour through Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1976. The name is taken from a township outside Salisbury (which is now the capital, Harare).
With their afro-rock/funk/fusion style they achieved huge successes back home and in the neighbouring states, and they were the first local black pop/rock band to appear on South African TV.
Their label, [b]Gallo[/b], struck a two-album deal with the US [b]A&M[/b] and their 1980 single, "Party", entered the American Disco Hot 100 in 1982.
However, by 1984 the group had disbanded, and the members launched successful solo careers.