Club Connect opens in Bulawayo

BULAWAYO - While showbiz lovers in the City of Kings are still enjoying the introduction of erotic Private Lounge Bar, something special is also brewing with the launch on Friday (December 16) of Club Connect, a trendy nightclub.

Devine Assignments, the proprietor of Bulawayo’s Private Lounge and Club 263 are adding a new baby to their range of entertainment joints as they launch Club Connect.

The new night club will be housed at Cecil Hotel which also houses Private Lounge Bulawayo.

Club Connect opening will coincide with the beginning of this year’s festive season and parties are already lined up for the joint beginning this Friday night.

Devine Assignments executive director Biggie Chinoperekwei told the Daily News yesterday that their idea is to turn Cecil Hotel into a one-stop entertainment hub.

“We want to give our customers value for money, hence we now have a stripper’s bar, nightclub and sports bar all housed under one roof. If one is into all night clubbing and disco music then Club Connect will cater for that and if one loves to watch strip dancers then we offer that in our basement club — Private Lounge. And we also have a sports bar for those who love to watch sport while listening to some soft music,” said Chinoperekwei.

He added that this concept is so popular in most overseas country where entertainment and showbiz is big business.

Club Connect will be unique in that it will only open for two days each week, on Friday and Saturday. “We want to make clubbing at Club Connect memorable and entertaining, so we will open for two days only and have time to prepare for the next gigs.

“We will have DJs coming from all over the country and beyond, especially from neighbouring South Africa and Botswana.”

Devine Assignments, which started investing in Bulawayo’s showbiz market this year is already popular in the second capital city because of their quality services.

“We always endeavour to give the best whenever we invest in a place. We take our time to rebrand, equip and refurbish all our facilities so that they meet international standards,” said the Nama Arts Promoter of the Year winner.

Chinoperekwei, who runs several clubs in Harare said Bulawayo has the potential as evidenced by their success story so far.

“The advantage with Bulawayo is that apart from locals, there are thousands of visitors visiting the city who are always looking for some nice entertainment. The city also hosts a number of trade and arts related conferences, hence the booming of our businesses.”

Post a comment

Readers are kindly requested to refrain from using abusive, vulgar, racist, tribalistic, sexist, discriminatory and hurtful language when posting their comments on the Daily News website.
Those who transgress this civilised etiquette will be barred from contributing to our online discussions.
- Editor

Your email address will not be shared.