A man of the Gogo people playing a zeze in Tanzania
|Other names||Lokanga(o) voatavo, tzetze, dzendze|
The zeze is a stringed instrument, a stick zither from Sub-Saharan Africa. It is also known by the names tzetze and dzendze, and, in Madagascar, is called lokanga voatavo or lokango voatavo. It has one or two strings, made of steel or bicycle brake wire.