Gospel singer Tatenda Mahachi this Friday returns to the Annual AfriGospel Unite Festival stage in Durban, South Africa.
Now in its 5th session, the family oriented fete has grown to become one of Southern Africa’s biggest gospel gathering.
Slated for Sibusisiwe Hall, Durban, the show will see Mahachi sharing stage with Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube and Hlengiwe Mhlaba among other stars.
“I am excited to represent Zimbabwe and perform alongside some of the top gospel acts in the region.
“This is the third time I will feature at the festival and have something new to share with the audience in Durban.
“I am also honored with the invite which proves that my career is in the right path and also am grateful to the South African fans who have supported me every time I perform for them,” said Mahachi.
A confident Mahachi said he is aware of the demands of the festival and is confident ahead of his performance.
His return also comes after the release of his new single titled Victory which has been doing well on local gospel chart shows.
“I am promising yet another memorable act and will revisit how i showcased myself in 2015 and 2016.
“This year, I have the privilege of taking my new Victory and excited to be performing it for the first time outside the country,” he said.
Started in 2015, the gospel festival accommodates all Africans with diverse culture through a prayerful experience headlined by musicians from across the continent.
To date, Tatenda Mahachi is the only Zimbabwean artiste who has been engaged for the festival.
Other acts expected to perform at the event include Ayanda Shangei, Abathandwa Gospel Group and Lebo Skgobela.