Zimdancehall chanter Tawanda Mumanyi, popularly known as Seh Calaz, will on Saturday head to Mutare where he is scheduled to perform at the city’s entertainment hub, Club Mandisa.
Seh Calaz, who was in May fined $100 by a Harare magistrate for breaching the Censorship and Entertainment Control Act over a song called Kurova Hohwa, is not a disappointment when it comes to live performances and his legions of fans in Mutare will be in for a treat.
The dancehall chanter, famed for his 2014 hits such as Mabhanditi and Nhasi Ndozvitaura, is not new to Mutare having performed at Club Mandisa before on several occasions.
“We decided to invite Seh Calaz for another show here at Club Mandisa because he has a big following,” said club director Boniface Nyamanhindi.
“Club Mandisa has become a popular rendezvous for a diversified audience because we host different groups playing all kinds of music. We are a potpourri of entertainment here in Mutare.”
Nyamanhindi said the club was casting its nets wider by engaging music groups from outside the country.
“We have engaged a number of local and regional groups. This year we are doing our best to keep Club Mandisa ahead by hosting different groups. When we do not have ‘foreign’ groups performing, we have our resident entertainers Mandisa Queens on stage,” he said.
She Calaz is set to perform his latest songs Pasi Idandaro and Vanoyera, as well as songs from his archives, including Hossana, Sadaka, Mbiri YaChidhumo, Nhasi Ndinhasi and Dhonza, among others.