Mazibuko fights piracy

Veteran gospel guru, Christopher Mazibuko, has urged southern African governments to set up a body to help curb piracy.

The celebrated gospel musician expressed his concern that piracy was out of control in the region.

“We have seen piracy growing, yet governments across southern Africa are ignoring it. Artists can’t stop releasing albums because they survive on music, but if people continue stealing from them, they are destined to be poor. We desperately need an organization which will help annihilate piracy across the region,” he said.

Mazibuko added that if governments failed to deal with piracy, organisations would be forced to embark on grassroots-based door to-door searches for pirated material.

To date, Mazibuko has released six albums: Igama leNkosi, Inhliziyo zenu, Isitimela seZulu, Nguye yedwa, uDumo kubaba and Umoya wamadimoni.

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