South Africa-based Malawian singer-cum-rapper Zani Challe will be performing on Saturday May 6 at the Evolution Suite of Old Trafford Stadium, the home of Manchester United FC during the charity dinner and dance organised by UK based Malawian public health care charitable organisation, Malawi Health Care Support (MAHECAS) .
Mahecas UK, whose primary aim is mobilise support for the health care system, has invited ‘Single Tonight’ hit maker to perform because of her passion for Malawi.
The Malawian diva loves being involved in anything that goes towards the betterment of Malawi and when s he heard about Mahecas she wanted to support the “ amazing cause. “
Zain Challe (born Mitchell Chiumia) says she has always been a strong supporter of children’s homes and shelters for women in Malawi and would want to make her contribution to the health care through her performance at the charity dinner event.
The musician who dropped a sensational song Single Tonight, a fusion of dancehall and R’n’B, last year is a brand ambassador of Theatre Mania Africa (representing Malawi) which is an on going initiative bringing awareness of various issues in Africa.
One of the organisers Hannington Gondwe told Nyasa Times that they are “extremely grateful” ot Zani to be part of the dinner and dance at Old Trafford.
“She will definitely spice up the night,” said Gondwe who is also DJ Hanny G.
According to Mahecas, all proceeds of the event will go towards the provision of patient transportation equipment at the Adult Emergency Trauma Department, Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre.
According to Gondwe the QECH Adult Emergency Trauma department, which handles about 1,750 patients a week, faces major shortages in patient trolleys and wheelchairs.
“In view of patient load, transportation equipment easily experiences wear and tear. This makes the equipment not fit for the purpose. MAHECAS, decided to intervene and raise funds to buy the following equipment;15 wheelchairs, 30 patient trolleys, 7 Resuscitation trolley And other small items that are desperately required at the department,”Gondwe said.