Zahara and fellow ladies of guitar deliver a show to remember

“I love how she has taken the guitar to another level.”

2020-02-17 11:26:00 PM

“I love how she has taken the guitar to another level.”

Music stars Zahara, Msaki and Berita strummed their way to the hearts of music lovers with their guitars at the Emperors Palace, Kempton Park, on Saturday night.

She proved to be  a crowd pleaser as she delivered one of her greatest live show.Berita was followed on stage Msaki, who is among leading composers in South Africa today. Msaki wasted no time to shake consciouses as she began her set with a song  that addresses gender-based violence against LGBTI+ community and women. Her angelic voice and composure lends her music the quality of healing, thought-provoking and hope.

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