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ACASWA ARTISTS SHINE AT GOSPEL SUNDAY

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MANZINI – Eswatini gospel stars proved why local gospel music is being appreciated internationally.


All the artists who were slated to perform last Sunday at the annual Eswatini International Trade Fair Gospel Sunday Show managed to make the over 200 attendees dance and/or worship.


Performances started just after 5pm where the MC of the day, Thabile Myeni, called upon artist who were given a maximum of four songs to render.
In the same light, Myeni was constantly singing and dancing for the crowd during her rendition.
A South African crew known as PD&Family set the tone for the night by giving a sterling worship set.


Dance


The renowned Apostle Maculuve made the crowd dance with his energetic 30 minute performance which had several electricity glitches.
Shiba and The Travellers also stole the show by acting out his songs.


When Come to Jesus climbed on stage, they sang their worship songs harmoniously and even gave out a brief sermon while at it.
Their rendition changed the mood and heated up a prayer session.
Thina Zungu, the head act of the night entered the stage just after 10pm.


He sang his popular tracks 'Wanxaba umusa' and 'Jesu Ufika Ekuseni',  which made many worship.
During the show gospel music artists who were set to perform on the night had to persevere sound glitches throughout the show.
They, however, did this without raising any alarm or showing worry to the attendees.

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