ZIMBABWEAN videographer, Brighton Magaya, has left Harare for Botswana where he is set to conduct some workshops.
During his two-week stint in Gaborone, Magaya is set to exchange notes with other videographers and will also conduct seminars with local church leaders.
“I will be in Botswana for two weeks where I will conduct a workshop at Johanne Marange Apostolic Church of All Nations headed by Prophet Isiah Gyncio.
“It’s one of the third biggest churches there in Gaborone. Afterwards, I will return home for a series of weddings lined up before year-end,” he said.
Magaya, who has recorded over 600 videos, said the tour comes at a time when he is celebrating 13 years in the game.
“I am excited by this invitation, which comes at a time when I am celebrating 13 years in the game.
“Of course, this is not the first time for me to hold a similar workshop in Botswana but, this time around, I will be there for quite a long period. I would like to utilise my two weeks in Botswana where my services are being appreciated.”
The 33-year-old, who formed Laktam Studios 13 years ago, says he will continue working hard.
“I have been in the industry for more than a decade now. I can’t ask for more because God has blessed me beyond expectations,” he said.
“It has been an amazing journey where I saw it all and I hope to continue doing wonders.
“I want to continue producing music videos, which get over a million views.
“Vabati VaJehovah’s video Anoita Minana has 2.8 million videos while Mambo Dhuterere has 1.3 million views, which inspires me to do more. As I celebrate 13 years as a professional videographer, this is quite inspiring. I want success to follow me all the way.”
Magaya, whose late father Shacky was a founder member of Vabati VaJehovah, says art runs in his blood.