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MBABANE - All sponsors are on board for Banele Dlamini’s live recording.

It will be held at the Worship Centre in Mbabane on Saturday. The gospel sensation has managed to secure a few sponsors, including E85 000 music equipment from Destiny Music. The Worship Centre has provided the venue and their equipment. Skhanyiso’s Meat will sponsor meat for the team working on the day. Leserato Events is in charge of the promotional aspect of the event. The Worship Centre is set to be spiritually charged as worshippers join Dlamini and friends for a memorable evening that will be recorded by Epitone Productions. The 13-track album live recording will also feature four of her guests who will perform on the night. She will feature namely; Nondumiso Nhleko, Linda Dlamini, Nduduzo Matse and Fakazi Samuels.

The live recording promises to be a night of worship with a great line-up. Other gospel artists include, Nombuso Belekazi, Make Siwela, Senzo Gamedze, Qiniso Mabaso, Fakazi Samuels and Heavenly Streets, to name a few. Poets will also entertain the worshippers on the night; these include Poetic General and Majaha Nkonyane.


The inspiration of the event came from the relationships she has built and maintained throughout the years with the gospel artists she will be performing with on the night. When reached for comment regarding what people should expect on the her big night, she said: “We would like people to experience the heavenly worship and have an encounter with God on the day.
“I am excited, and nervous yes, but comforted by the fact that when God says do something and you take a leap of faith, he then settles it,” said the artist.


The family-orientated songstress has been singing in church ever since she can remember. She’s been married for 13 years to Walter Dlamini, a pastor at Worship Centre in Manzini. The couple has been blessed with 11-year-old daughter Michelle. Their daughter also has a passion of playing instruments and currently plays the marimba. Damini shared that she was looking forward to the recording as the last time she recorded was back in 2014. Worshippers should brace themselves for a beautiful evening of praise, worship and entertainment as well as a priceless experience.

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