Mafikizolo returns to Harare

HARARE - Award-winning South African musicians Mafikizolo and Loyiso Bala will perform in Harare at Belgravia Sports Club on September 13 and 14 respectively.

The Harare show will present a great opportunity for the popular Mafikizolo to prove that they are back in business for sure.

The award-winning South African group — made up of Nhlanhla Nciza and Theo Kgosinkwe — broke a six-year hiatus from music by releasing the album Reunited which features the hit song Khona.

Khona, which features Uhuru and another track Happiness — a collaboration with Nigerian artiste May D — have found favour on South African dance floors.

Mafikizolo, with six highly-acclaimed albums under their wings, will share the stage will several local performers who include Sniper Storm and Tehn Diamond.

Event Worx, the promoters of the shows have promised to charge affordable entrance fees.

“Mafikizolo last visited the country a long time ago and we are expecting thousands to show up to witness the South African duo’s revamped act,” said Chido Musasiwa, a representative of the promoters.

The September 14 show featuring Loyiso, who is now into gospel music, will be a family show which will be held in the afternoon.

Loyiso, a winner of three Metro FM awards, five SA Music Awards (Samas), will feature in the family show alongside several local artistes including crowd-puller Jah Prayzah.

“The Mzansi gospel star will be supported by top local musicians like Baba Shupi, Adiona and rayersoul. This is a good opportunity for children to see local artistes performing during the day time. Local musicians usually perform at night in night clubs and bars and that is why we are creating this opportunity for families to witness top musicians performing,” said Musasiwa.

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