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MBABANE – As the days draw closer to Linda Dlamini’s highly awaited online show, the artist has made some interesting revelations.

Speaking to the entertainment Desk, Dlamini said he had secured much loved gospel newcomer in the South African music industry, Bucy Radebe. The award winning gospel star told the publication in an earlier interview that he would be hosting Bishop Noel Jones of City of Refuge Church from the United States of America. Radebe joins the stellar line up of artists in this spectacular life changing event, which will take place on August 8, 2020 on Dlamini’s Facebook as well as YouTube channels, namely Linda Dlamini Kufeziwe and Kufeziwe Communications respectively.  Other artists Dlamini said would be featured in the line up are South African musician Tshepo Price and Fakazi Samuel from Eswatini.

Kufeziwe Communications Public Relations Officer Nomfundo Makhubu said they had seen it good to have the music of other artists streamed live while audiences share messages, encouraging and blessing them while they watch the show in  the comfort of their homes. “It will also be a great opportunity for the artists to connect with an international audience since Bishop Noel Jones and Bishop Abram Dixon will be sharing the show on their channels,” she highlighted. Makhubu also highlighted that they were creating a platform for an online promotion for all businesses in Eswatini. “Such will be a good opportunity for companies to get slots to advertise through the social media platforms being of Facebook and YouTube which have an amazing mileage,” she added.  She highlighted that some of the videos on the YouTube channel had over 35 000 views.


Through a video recording that Dlamini shared with this publication, Price said he was excited to be part of this initiative despite the challenging times. He promised to bring fire to the different homes that will be watching the service on the day. “We will be worshipping in power and we encourage everyone to follow Kufeziwe Communications to be able to view this life changing service,” he stated. Meanwhile, Radebe shared that nothing humbled her more than knowing that even durng lockdown she was recognised in other countries like Eswatini.
“I’m looking forward to have a great time through this upcoming online revival. I love emaSwati so much and I’ll make sure that after lockdown I pay a visit,” she remarked. 
Dlamini further said the service would serve  as appreciation to his supporters for supporting  his music as well as logging on to his online events.  He further shared that the live stream shows had an exceptional impact because of the reach to greater audiences.

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