'Zikhali gives another car'

HARARE - It has been a dream come true for dancehall singer Miss Tee, a Glen View-based artiste who received a Volvo V70 from controversial businessman-cum-music promoter Courage Zikhali.

Zikhali made his name as a music promoter when he gave his Hummer H2 vehicle to Soul Jah Love whom he was managing.

However, the relationship did not last, the two allegedly clashed over the issue of drug abuse on the part of the Ndini Uya Uya hit maker. From Soul Jah Love, Zikhali tried his luck with Kapfupi.

Despite promising the Epworth-based artist heaven on earth, it seemed their relationship yielded nothing forcing Zikhali to settle for upcoming and little-known artists in the form of Miss Tee.

The diva will use the car to market her latest DVD titled Wakandibaya Panyama Nhete.

“The gift of a car came as a milestone in my career; it is now easier for me to apply a leave-no-stone-unturned marketing approach.

“All the videos on the DVD are good but they were lacking adequate promotion, now with the aid of a car, I hope Wakandibaya Panyama Nhete will go a long way,” said the Magandanga family boss.

Miss Tee real name Patricia Banda, 23, has featured some of the most celebrated artists in the form of Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima and Partwell “Zondi” Mazvo on her DVD.

Zikhali confirmed the development saying working with low profile artists is more enjoyable.

“Upcoming artistes are good to work with considering they appreciate. It is my desire to nurture talent from grassroots.

“To me, the idea to promote artists is not being driven by the love of money but I am doing so just to develop and nurture talent.

“I am responsible for fuelling the vehicle until a certain time when she is big in the music industry,” said Zikhali.

 

Comments (3)

She is his small house. Fuelling the car is a way of meeting her

magnanimous moto - 15 April 2015

i doubt the move,pane irikutambika chete

slow poison - 16 April 2015

vanorwadziwa manje vachabuda dziwa

patricia - 6 May 2016

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