Sipho Makhabane to perform in Malawi

Penelope Paliani-Kamanga

LILONGWE – South African celebrated gospel star Sipho Makhabane, aka Big Fish, will on 29 September 2017  perform at the Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe during a website launch of  Malawi’s renowned gospel group, the Great Angels Choir.   

I am Sipho Makhabane, the big fish from South Africa. On 29th September I am coming to Malawi to the launch of the Great Angels Choir’s website at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe. See you there and God bless you,” said Makhabane on Youtube.

Makhabane  has promised to bring his seven-man band and he is expected to perform for three hours.

The group’s music director Ephraim Zonda said preparations were going on well as Makhabane has also confirmed of his coming, assuring fans of a great show that will not be worthy missing.

Last year, the musician failed to perform after his scheduled show was cancelled. According to media reports the show was cancelled as organisers did not pay for the venue for the live concert.

Angry fans went back home without seeing their favourite artist perform at a concert that was organised as part of celebrations for the fifth  and official launch of the 50th edition of the National Product Magazine whose managing director is Steve Chinyamula.

Great Angels Choir, which is launching its first website, came into the limelight following the release of their Gwireni Dzanja album which made them a                                                       fortune.

Currently, the choir is still reaping the fruits of their recent album, Mwasankha Ine (you have chosen me) which is also enjoying massive airplay.

On the website, Zonda said it will contain the entire choir’s information, including pictures and names for the members as well as updates on shows among others.

“Our fans both locally and internationally will be able to know our biography as members of the choir and get pictures through the website. They will also be updated on events concerning our choir,” said Zonda.

September 2017
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