Zodwa returns to Zim again

HARARE - Controversial South African socialite and dancer Zodwa Wabantu is set to tour the country this week.

Zodwa will tour three cities namely Bulawayo, Harare and Mutare.

The South African socialite will start with a tour of Bulawayo where she will grace Club Connect on Thursday before moving to the capital where she will grace Private Lounge in Harare on Friday.

The mother of one will end her tour with Mutare on Saturday where she will grace Club 263 and this will mark her first appearance in the eastern border town.

In Bulawayo, Zodwa will be hosted by DJ T Bass who confirmed the development.

“Zodwa is coming back to the city of Kings and fans here can’t wait,” said T Bass.

In Harare, she will be hosted by DJ Joe Mentro while DJ Spy is responsible for Mutare tour.

This year Zodwa failed to showcase at the Harare International Carnival (HIC) after which the organisers Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) attributed the huge success  to the controversy that surrounded the socialite during the build up to the annual event.

“Apart from the peace environment experienced in the country, we also attribute this tremendous growth of the event (HIC) to controversy that surrounded Zodwa as many people including women attended the event anticipating seeing her,” ZTA boss Karikoga Kaseke said at a press conference held just after the event.

Later, the Censorship Board chaired by former Education minister Aenias Chigwedere cleared Zodwa to come into the country.

Comments (2)

Its time that tourism fundis inform and educate the Zim public on Zodwa. She has transformed herself and is a brand. Other than leave people to see an unacceptable nude. Our tourism should take advantage of this situation and earn at least a feather or two.

THOMAS MAFEMERA - 6 November 2017

ngaauye hake tifare isu

Thembeka - 7 November 2017

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