|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Let Us Be Free||9||Audio||1980||Pläne|
|2||Freedom Yes! Apartheid No!||9||Audio||1979||A Disc|
|4||In Amsterdam||6||Audio||1978||Anti-ApartheidsBeweging Nederland|
|7||Jabula With Me||7||Audio||1982||Inner City Records|
|8||Thunder Into Our Hearts||7||Audio||1976||Caroline Records|
|9||Jabula With Me||7||Audio||1982||pläne|
|10||Afrika Awake||9||Audio||1978||Jabula Records|
|12||Thunder Into Our Hearts||7||Audio||1977||Jabula Records|
Jabula (isiZulu: "rejoice") was a musical ensemble made of South African musicians "exiled" in England during the Apartheid Era.
Under Apartheid, traditional African music was largely banned from radio and even private play, and groups who performed it were often forced into exile. The four members that became Jabula met in London where they were living after leaving South Africa. The group was formed in 1974.
In addition to their own albums, the group also performed with [a=Mike Oldfield] for his albums Amarok, Incantations, and Ommadawn.