Music promoters start business … as Makhadzi is expected to perform in Harare

06 Oct, 2021 - 14:10 0 Views
Music promoters start business … as Makhadzi is expected to perform in Harare

B-Metro

Langalakhe Mabena

South African trending Venda musician Makhadzi has made it official through her
social media pages that she will be performing tonight (6 October) at a “private”
location in Harare, Zimbabwe.

This comes after the Government gave the greenlight to licensed bars to start
operating but only accommodate fully vaccinated citizens.

On her Facebook timeline, Makhadzi who was recently bullied on social media
after her dark inner thighs picture caused a stir, shared the good news of
performing in Zimbabwe for the first time in her career.

“I will be performing in Harare, Zimbabwe tonight,” posted the Ganama hitmaker
as a caption to her picture shot at OR Tambo International Airport in South Africa.
Meanwhile, 3D Events co-founder Mduduzi Mdlongwa, acknowledged the
government’s call of opening bars.

He said this would afford promoters a chance to hold shows that are in line with
Covid-19 protocols.

“Things a starting to shape up, people are ready to go out and dance again. As a
promoter, I am grateful that the government has given bars a greenlight to start
operating.
“For the past 18 months of the lockdown, we were not able to host shows. The
situation was so bad as there was no business. We had little to fend for our
families. I hope this is a great chance for us to operate,” said Mdlongwa.
As 3D Events are set to hold separate shows this festive season featuring South
Africa’s Blaq Diamond, Black Motion, Vigro Deep and King of AmaPiano Kabza
De Small, Mdlongwa said they were weighing options on which specific dates to
bring the performers.

“This is Covid-19 era, and we have to test the waters. We fully deposited for the
artistes and they have to perform in Bulawayo on different dates proudly brought
to the city by 3D Events.

“We are now taking steps on re-engaging with them for the performances because
we have to check on their availability and also check on the Covid-19 numbers and
situation in the country,” said Mdlongwa.

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