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Gospel artist, Zanele Lobishe, launches her album “Intombi” to coincide with Women’s Month PDF Print E-mail
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Port Elizabeth is set for a treat when one of its upcoming stars, Zanele Lobishe, launches her debut album, “Intombi” at the Daku Hall on August 4, 2012.

This is a must see show with the album entitled “Intombi” speaking directly to women of South Africa - challenging young girls to shift their focus away from earthly temptations to heavenly teachings in order to restore self-respect. Lobishe, who was born and raised in Kwazakhele, promises nothing but the best from her 10 track album.

Written in both Xhosa and English, Lobishe’s songs are powerful, and are a testament to her own life’s story and her desire to be a mentor to young women.

Local artists often lament the lack of sponsorships and resources that they have access to in the Eastern Cape, but Lobishe decided to improvise. She used her own resources and should be applauded as an example not only to youth, but to other artists in the region for taking matters into her own hands. She worked with Motherwell Bebula Music Productions to put together the inspiring, heartfelt album.

The launch of Lobishe’s album – which is aimed at inspiring young women - takes place during women’s month and shortly before national Women’s Day celebrations.

For all music and gospel fans, Daku Community Hall in Kwazakhele is the place to be on Saturday, August 04 from 14h00. Tickets for the show can be purchased at the door for R60.

For more information contact Zanele Lobishe at 076 1787 566

 
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