Botswana’s Charma Gal tours Zimbabwe


BOTSWANA sensation Magadeline Lesolebe aka Charma Gal, who is a member of Culture Spears, a traditional outfit, is expected to tour Zimbabwe as a solo artiste during the Easter holiday.

Tinashe Sibanda

The Chika hitmaker is expected to showcase her talent as a solo artiste courtesy of a local music promoting company, Ghetto Fabulous.

Her manager, Lesego Lefatshe, who arrived in Zimbabwe at the weekend, said he had come to make preparations for the musician’s first solo tour of Zimbabwe.

“The upcoming tour will mainly focus on marketing Charma Gal as a solo artiste as well as her recently released eight-track album titled Chomi Yake,” he said.

Lefatshe added that the musician, who in the past year toured South Africa and Namibia, was eager to mix and mingle with her Zimbabwean fans, giving them a chance to  feel her live performances as a solo all-rounder act without the company of her cultural group, Culture Spears, which had limited her cultural music.

He said local audiences could expect fireworks from the all-rounder who had successfully wowed mixed-genre audiences in South Africa and Namibia.

“Negotiations are also in progress to have her collaborate with other top local artistes such as Jah Prayzah and Alick Macheso, who are both quite popular in Botswana,” Lefatshe said.

He said Zimbabweans could expect a whole new different act of mixed genres of fast quick-beat music in her upcoming act which would be unique to the usual music by other musicians.

The tour will see her performing in different cities like Harare, Bulawayo, Beitbridge and Bindura so as to reach out to as many fans as possible.

“I feel she captures the hearts of sungura lovers as most of her music seems to perfectly fit into that genre among others,”
Lefatshe said.


  1. I cant pronounce the name Charma Gal,when I tried I pronounced it Chama Garo,I am I right if I pronounce it that way

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