Black Missionaries in South Africa: Head to UK, US

Malawi’s reggae giants, the Black Missionaries band, left for South Africa where they are scheduled to perform this weekend.

The Chileka-based music group, fondly known as Ma Blacks by their fans, has three shows in Johannesburg from Friday to Sunday.

Black Missionaries’ lead vocalist, Anjiru Fumulani, said the band will play at Rustenburg Community Centre Hall in Johannesburg on May 2 from 8:30pm, before their next gig at Safari Hotel, Hillbrow, 24 hours later.

Black Missionaries performing in Dublinlast year
Black Missionaries performing in Dublinlast year

On Sunday, Ma Blacks will finish off with an afternoon performance at Tijuca, Bruma from 1:30pm.

“Jozi fans you can not afford to miss this! We call on you to patronise these shows to dance to Kuimba 9 and other Kuimba collections, don’t forget Anthony Makondetsa (Mr Cool) will also be performing,” added Anjiru.

“We promise to dish out the best and this will be like no other weekend. It’s only R100 per person, be there it will be massive!!!” Anjiru said.

Upon return, Malawi’s premier band will be getting ready for another international tour in the UK and US.

The Black Missionaries are expected to leave for performances in Glasgow in Scotland and England in the UK.

Norah Chiwaula McLintock  one of the organisers of the Ma Black UK show, said venues of the shows will be announced soon.

The group will also perform in Dublin, Ireland before proceeding to US for a performance in Washington DC.

The reggae band will be supported by Anthony Makondetsa, Moda Fumulani and Yanjanani Chumbu.

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