Madziyire takes over ZimPraise

HARARE - The ZimPraise Choir is no longer in the hands of a trust following the exit of producer Macdonald ‘MacDee’ Chidavaenzi and Garikai Ndanga, leaving Joseph Madziyire as the chief executive officer.

ZimPraise is an interdenominational praise and worship group made up of christian musicians from different backgrounds and denominations. It was founded in 2006.

“Other trustees were removed from the Trust,” MacDee said. “It was a decision made because of time constraints, we (Garikai and I ) were not available  at most times that we were needed by the group.

“The group needs more attention and since I started my company, it was really difficult for me to keep on focusing on it.

“With effect from April 1, Zimpraise is 100 percent owned and under the official sole jurisdiction and control of Joseph Madziyire. This has been done through all legal courts and with all spirit-filled agreements leaving all of us, me, him and Ndanga happy with the new developments.”

Macdee said this means all the choir business will be handled by Madziyire.

“This therefore means that any issues or business dealing anyone might have must be directed to him and his committee. This has been done to ensure that he continues with the vision to the highest possible level without other commitments as he will devote 100 percent of his time to the vision as he has been doing. We are happy with this development and we pledge our support to him as he leads this God-given vision to the next level.”

MacDee was a songwriter as well as coordinator for the choir which has a membership of over 50 people.

The choir has worked with gospel greats who include Pastor Gee, Kudzi Nyakudya, Sabastian Magacha, Bethan Pasinawako and others.

Comments (2)

ko varume moputsa sungano seizve. ndimi makatanga ne nyaya yakanaka yekuti musaputsa sungano. zvino imi mavakuita the opposite of what u were preaching.

Danman - 10 April 2014

ko varume moputsa sungano seizve. ndimi makatanga ne nyaya yakanaka yekuti musaputsa sungano. zvino imi mavakuita the opposite of what u were preaching.

Danmand - 10 April 2014

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