Featured groups will include Izwi Lesiphelo, Imbizo Messengers, Ofakazi, Ibutho Levangeli, Lamulani Fuyana and Ebenezer , Galile Labangcwele, Themba Yimba , Isithembiso Sabazalwane, Abathandwa Benkosi, Sande Tshuma, Mbuyiseni Radebe Sisters of Paradise, Tjidzani and Amabhubesi Amnyama.
The 2014 Music Ministry Women's Day Gospel Show is organised by Bayethe Music Productions and Promotions. "We always celebrate our women in style and this year we bringing two SA groups to show unity," said Mcasiseli Gwaza, the Marketing and Sales Manager.
"Soon after the event we will donate various things to the underprivileged. There will also be free food to make the event a truly fun-filled family day with Christ. We need everyone out there to feel women's love hence the idea behind this gospel show."
Last year Nandos and Econet sponsored a similar event. The proceeds raised were used to buy basics for female refugees living in the Central Methodist Church in downtown Johannesburg.
Meanwhile, Gwaza also mentioned that his stable has released their much awaited 12-track album titled 'Ngenzintando ka Baba' (I am doing my God's will). It is full of motivational, worship and revival tracks like N, eGolgotha, Jehovah Malusi Wami, Nkosi Yami, Nosithwala and Kheth'u Jesu.
Bayethe has enjoyed success with their first two albums – Kuyosulwa Inyembezi (2011) and Ngale Kwelanga (2012).Post published in: Arts