Magwaza, Makhadzi set to clash again

16 Dec, 2022 - 00:12 0 Views
Magwaza, Makhadzi set to clash again Makhadzi

B-Metro

Langalakhe Mabena

Barely two months after sharing the stage together in Domboshava, Botswana, Tshibilika musician Clement Magwaza and South African multi-award-winning Venda muso Makhadzi are set to clash again on stage as they are billed to perform at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Hall 4 on 17 December.

The much-anticipated gig will be the official launch of local television station Keyona TV which is owned by Fair Talk Communications.

KeYona TV is the newest addition to the line-up of television stations licensed by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (Baz) last year.

Other artistes who will share the stage with the two greats include Ma9nine, Fab G, Msiz’Kay, Boocy, Mzoe 7 and Tshibilika music ensemble Insimbi ZeZhwane.

Clement Magwaza who recently released a full-length album titled Ebenezer said he is ecstatic to be sharing the stage with Makhadzi on home soils and he said he is going to give an exceptional performance.

Clement Magwaza

He also applauded KeYona Tv for uplifting local artiste through the show as the line-up is entirely local except the guest Makhadzi.

“It’s a great pleasure to be sharing the stage with Makhadzi for the second time this year after we performed together at Domboshava in Botswana. She is a great female artiste to emerge from South Africa after Brenda Fassie and I am happy that we will be clashing again in Bulawayo.

“Fans have to brace for a great show as I am ready to unpack and perform my latest album Ebenezer. It will be a night of joy and fun and I urge all Bulawayo people to attend the gig as it is a not to miss show,” said Magwaza.

KeYona TV’s CEO Qhubani Moyo said the event will mark a milestone for the station.

“Being able to launch our television station is awesome! It’s a historic moment for the people of Bulawayo and Zimbabwe. We never imagined that there would be a private commercial television station broadcasting from Bulawayo. The station is going to be a platform to celebrate our diversity in a collective search for solutions that make our lives as Zimbabweans comfortable.

“The station is going to be both an entertainment and news channel harnessing abundant talent from Bulawayo and across Zimbabwe. The launch will be public where we’ll celebrate as a collective and be serenaded by music from our local acts who’ll be backed by the daughter of Africa, Makhadzi.

“We are grateful to the Second Republic for opening media space to enable a multiplicity of voices and talents to be heard,” he said.

General tickets are pegged at US$10, VIP tickets are going for US$30 while the VVIP tickets are going for US$50.

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