Mafikizolo to perform tonight

HARARE - Popular South African musical groups Mafikizolo and Loyiso Bala will be performing in Harare at Belgravia Sports Club tonight and tomorrow respectively in two highly anticipated shows.

Chido Musasiwa, the spokesperson for Event Worx, promoters of the two gigs, is expecting thousands to attend the events.

“Mafikizolo have not been in Zimbabwe for a long time now that is why we are expecting thousands of revellers to turn up to witness the popular South African group’s revamped act,” said Musasiwa.

“We are also targeting a number of students mainly from the University of Zimbabwe, hence we have slashed the entrance fee for them provided they produce a student card at the gate,”

Mafikizolo will be supported by leading local artistes who include Sniper Storm and Tehn Diamond tonight while Jah Prayzah, Baba Shupi, Adiona and Prayersoul will support Loyiso in tomorrow’s family show concert.

Extra Kwazvose

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Peter Moyo
The Kwekwe-based sungura musician will perform at Extra Mile tonight before taking his act to Jongwe Tavern in Chinhoyi tomorrow.

Young Igwe and his Utakataka band will end their weekend schedule in Chegutu on Sunday where they will perform at Top Three Night Club.

Winky D, Shinso and King Shaddy

The three top dancehall stars will rock Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo tonight as part of the on going Campus Nights Gigs being sponsored by Delta Beverages under their Lion Lager brand.

David Hondoyedzomba

The rising jazz artiste will perform at the Executive Hotel in the capital tonight and every other Friday.

Suluman Chimbetu

The award-winning dendera musician will perform at Jazz 105 tonight where he is expected to give a sizzling act following his recent tour of South Africa.

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