New Brighton is a township in Port Elizabeth. One of the oldest townships in South Africa, it was formed in 1903 and, during the apartheid years, was well known for its political activism. The first cell of the ANC's military wing, Umkhonto We Sizwe, was set-up in New Brighton.
Like many townships, New Brighton can now be visited as part of organised tours aimed at tourists. Part of the reason for these tours is to generate income into the local economy. The video below shows children at the local school singing. It is perhaps the sort of performance tourists might be treated to on a visit.