SA gospel group to perform in Zim

HARARE - Top South African gospel group, Worship House, will hold their third concert in Zimbabwe at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) on September 6.

The popular 35-member group will share the stage with local gospel stars who include Mathias Mhere, Flem B, Sabastian Magacha, Casey Sekiwa, Shiloh Praise, Joseph Chiwara, Reynold Marinda, CCAP Voice of Mbare, Trymore Bande, Voice of Praise and Saiwe Chimbetu.

Worship House’s Harare concert, dubbed, Open Heavens Gospel Show, has been made possible by the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) Shiloh Word Miracle Centre Assembly.

Reverend Onisimo Sasa, who initiated the annual Open Heavens Gospel Show three years ago, told the Daily News that the entire 35-member group will make the trip to Harare.

“We should expect a time of celebration in the presence of God. As the praises go up, we believe his glory comes down,” he said.

Reverend Sasa, who over the past three years brought to Zimbabwe award-winning South Africa gospel artistes such as Solly Mahlangu and Keke Phoofolo, praised the South African
choir’s ability to create songs that transcend culture, age and race.

The Open Heaven Gospel show also brought to Zimbabwe Worship House, which hails from Venda and commands a big following in southern Africa due to their ability to sing in Zulu,
Tsonga, Sotho and even in Shona. The gospel group has unearthed solo talents such as Lufuno Dagada and Makwena Nkosi.

The South African gospel group was formed by Pastor Isaac Dagada, a businessman and former station manager at the now-defunct Radio Thohoyandou, with the aim of revolutionising the
way gospel music is viewed by the youth and South Africans in general.

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