Mhere, Zamar in Gwanda Gospel Festival return

Mirirai Nsingo
Popular gospel musicians Mathias Mhere and Takesure Zamar will next weekend return to Gwanda where they are set to perform at the three-day Gwanda Gospel Festival that will be held from October 5-7, 2018.

Hosted by Big-Time Strategic Group, the three-day concert will this year run under the theme: “The Walls of Jericho Did Fall”.

Exclusively revealing the line-up to Saturday Herald Lifestyle, Big Time Strategic Group gave their exciting line-up which will be sure to whet potential attendees’ appetites.

The concert that has become an annual festival, bringing a free gospel gala to the people of Gwanda will see ZCC Mbungo returning to the festival which is now in its third edition while the festival will bring to Gwanda all the way from South Africa, Thinah Zungu, Neyi Zimu and Omega.

Festival organiser, South African based Justice Maphosa is optimistic that the youthful line-up is set to light up the festival adding that all was set for the festival

Justice Maphosa

“The dates for Gwanda Gospel festival are October 5-7 and this year we have quite a youthful line up with more local artists, this is a way of empowering young Zimbabwean artists.

“As a way of empowering young people in Zimbabwe, we have also roped in three youthful groups – Hybrid Psalmz from Gwanda and Vocal Ex, co-founded by Eric Moyo of Joyous Celebration.

“For Iscathamiya fans, we have Indosakusa, who recently released their 13-track album. Such is the diversity of this year’s festival,” Maphosa said.

Takesure Zamar

Maphosa said the festival was an altar where sacrifice of praise was given to the living God.

“Our theme this year is quite foretelling especially as we work towards rebuilding the economy of our beautiful nation, Zimbabwe.

“We believe walls of limitation that have kept the people of Zimbabwe stagnant are all tumbling as we lift our praise to the Mighty Man of War – Jehovah.”

Source :

The Herald

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