Malawi’s leading reggae group Black Missionaries also known as ‘Ma Blacks’ have sent a vote of thanks to their international audience particularly those in the Republic of South Africa (RSA).
This follows their recent visit to the Rainbow Nation where they spent two weeks and performed six live shows.
According to frontman and lead singer Anjiru Fumulani, their fans in RSA gave them a massive support.
“We had six live performances and at all the shows, there was a massive turnout……the fans really gave us massive support and we
thank them for that,” Fumulani told Nyasa Times .
Upon arrival last week, Ma Blacks continued had no time to rest and proceeded to perform over the weekend.
The stormed Modern Park in Balaka on Friday where they also had another impressive performance.
“We feel great that we have a new venue in Balaka by the name Modern Park and this is good. Let me thank the owner of this place for such a beautiful place and I promise you that we will be coming here…we know you Balaka people loves us a lot,” said Fumulani while addressing hundreds of fans that attended the show on Friday night.
They later on Saturday invaded the central region where for the first time they performed face to face and shared stage with Wailing
They concluded their weekend tour at Mponela Township in Dowa.