Black Missionaries has said their Kuimba 12 project will come out later this year despite being affected by Covid -19 pandemic.
The group’s lead vocalist and leader, Anjiru Fumulani, said they could have been far by now in terms of production but Covid-19 has delayed them.
Anjiru said despite the delay, they were hopeful that they will finalise the album and release it later this year.
“We pray that all our projects should materialise as planned. At the moment we are polishing up some songs,” he said.
So far the group has three songs ready which were recorded in South Africa by Amos Mlolowa.
“We don’t want to rush, the three songs are ready and we are hoping that we will build on the three as we look forward to the album,” Anjiru said.
Black Missionaries is also expected to hold its 20th anniversary this year.
The 20th anniversary has been earmarked between August and September.
Meanwhile, the reggae group which was founded by the late Evison Matafale has indicated that it will return to the stage next month.