Weekend is here and there are several activities that have been lined up by different organisers across the country starting today through to Sunday.
Blantyre City Presbytery, for instance, has organised a show this Sunday afternoon at Comesa Hall in Blantyre featuring Skeffa Chimoto and Real Sounds Band, Ndirande Anglican Voices and King James Phiri.
The event is running under the theme ‘Supporting Men’s Mental Health to Reduce Gender-Based Violence’.
“We are ready and call upon people to patronise this show. We encourage men to patronise and give support to the event. There is depression, stress and many other silent forms of mental disorders. As a church, we want to join the government and other stakeholders in providing mental health awareness through this show,” Chairperson Phelire Malongo said Thursday.
Ndirande Anglican Voices’ lead vocalist Dennis Kalimbe said they were ready for the concert.
“We will do things differently this time around. We want the congregation to enjoy spiritually,” Kalimbe said.
Ahead of the Sunday show, King James Phiri will tonight be performing at Times Entertainment Studios in Blantyre in a Live in Worship Experience concert.
“I am ready for both shows. This is what we do. We start on Friday at Times Entertainment Studios, a show I am doing in partnership with Times Group through Times Television, and then the Blantyre City Presbytery show on Sunday,” he said.
In the capital city, Eli Njuchi will be launching his album Red Flag at Lilongwe Golf Club on Sunday, having successfully launched the album at Mangochi Stadium recently.
“We want to take the album to all the corners. Everything is in place. We just want to thank Malawians for the support,” Njuchi’s manager Prince Chikweba said.
Some of the artists supporting Njuchi’s album launch include Tay Grin, Kell Kay, Suffix, Macelba, Saint, Ace Jizzy, Bee Jay, Chizmo and Veda and DJ Wayne.
At Glalle Gardens in Lilongwe tomorrow, Zomba Film Productions led by Never Matewere will be premiering its movie titled The Last Roadblock which will be hosted by actor and filmmaker Joyce Mhango Chavula.
At Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel in Blantyre today, veteran writer Alfred Msadala will be celebrating works he has published during the period 2018 -2022 whereas at Amaryllis Hotel tomorrow, 14 models, some with physical challenges will star at the second edition of All Shades of Beautiful Fashion show led by Xandria Fashion House with several activities set to be displayed including a performance by Lulu.
At Kamuzu University of Health Science Complex in Blantyre, Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences Faculty of Commerce Symposium will host a music bash tonight featuring Lulu and Mathumela Band, Leslie, Piksy and Langwani Movement Band.
“Our theme is ‘The key to an inclusive wealthy Malawi’ with an emphasis on ‘embracing an entrepreneurial mindset’. This show is one way of raising funds. We want music lovers to come and enjoy this music bash,” chairperson for the committee Maya Kanjere said Thursday.