GOSPEL lovers are in for a rare treat this afternoon with a number of gospel artists lined up to perform at Harare Gardens for a charity show.
Musicians Mathias Mhere, Agatha Murudzwa, Joyce Simeti, Zimpraise Choir , Kudzie Nyakudya, Pastor Haisa and US-based Plaxedes Banda who is the show organiser are billed to perform at the show.
Banda told NewsDay that all is set for the charity show and that proceeds would be denotated would to the orphans they are taking care of in Zimbabwe.
“We have a number of children we are taking care of in the country and we have decided to increase their number hence coming up with this show,” said Banda.
To her it will be the first time to be sharing stage with local gospel artists in her first show in the country.
“I have done my first and second album in the US and I have worked with a number of artists there and it is my honour to work with local artists for the first time,” she said.
Simeti who will be performing at the show said she was looking forward to a memorable show.
“We have been sharing stage with a number of gospel musicians and people have loved it and this time around people should come and give what they have to those who are vulnerable,” said Simeti.
The show will be marking the coming back of Pator Haisa who has not been on the limelight for a long time.
Mhere who is ridding high with his album Anoita Minana is expected to deliver a polished act and Murudzwa who has recently been implicated in bigamy will be introducing her latest offering No Gain No Pain in Harare.