. . . Covid-19 surge worrying
Nyasha Kada , Entertainment Reporter
Organisers of Madirirano are sweating over the surge in Covid-19 cases saying they will be guided by authorities on whether to hold this year’s edition or not.
Pencilled for Highfield on December 22, the event hangs in the balance amid a surge in the new Omicron variant, which has also been detected in Zimbabwe among other southern African countries.
Billed to perform at the show is Amapiano songbird Shashl, dancehall artiste Killer T, Alfred Nenguwo, Eyetal Fyah, Raydizz, Templeman and Garry B, Dj Mbale, Made her believe and DJ Simshow among many others.
Speaking to H-Metro Entertainment & Lifestyle, one of the event orrganisers Bruce Bodyslam, said they are glad to be back after the painful phase.
“We are following the Covid-19 regulations, if the authorities see it fit to shut down events then we postpone the event.
“We are very considerate of the people’s health and well-being and come December 22, we are going to stick to the Covid-19 safety regulations.
“The last two years have been a painful phase because of the Covid-19 pandemic, almost two years without Madirirano but now we are happy to be back in the game.”
“We thank God for keeping us alive and healthy.
“We are promising music lovers a better show if are granted the greenlight to hold the event.”