Mafikizolo pours ‘Love Potion’ all over 2018 ZamFest

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Saturday 28th April was the day of the highly anticipated, MTN sponsored, 2018 edition of Zamfest, which was billed as the “Biggest matebeto ever“. The event was held at Lusaka Showgrounds in the main arena.

The event was a music and food festival. The food side of things featured South African celebrity chef Siba Mtongana, who is the of host of the Food Network’s cooking show Siba’s Table. Siba held a cooking masterclass for the excited audience.

Siba Mtongana South African celebrity chef

Attendees of the ZamFest were spoiled for choice as a plethora of food vendors were present, selling an assortment of delicious goodies at reasonable prices.

Musically, the headline act was South African music giants Mafikizolo. The duo, consisting of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza, has been in the music industry for 20 years. Many fans who grew up listening to Mafikizolo’s many hit singles were ecstatic to watch them perform live.

Mafikizolo started off their set with their 2005 hit single “Emlanjeni”. They went on to perform many of their hits such as “Kucheza“, “Khona“, “Happiness“, “Ndihamba nawe“, and many more. The duo ended their set with their massive hit “Love Potion” much the the delight of the thrilled audience who sang along word for word. Mafikizolo’s performance was filled with dancing, fan interaction and was backed by an amazing live band.

Apart from Mafikizolo the stand out performance of the event was electric violinist Caitlyn De Ville. She wowed the crowd with a spectacular performance of popular hits such as “Wild thoughts” by Dj Khalid ft Rihanna, “Shape of you” by Ed Sheeran, “Rockabye” by Clean Bandits among others.

The event also had performances were by Chembo , Malawian artist Patience Namadingo, Cactus Agony. Others were Dj Zein Bassflexx, DJ El Mukuka , Game of Tones, Dj DuchAz , Dj Hussein , DJ Nano.

The 2018 MTN Zamfest was a magnificent event that will live long in the memory.

PICTURES FROM THE EVENT

Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo
Electric Violinist Caitlyn
Electric Violinist Caitlyn
Theo Kgosinkwe of Mafikizolo
Theo Kgosinkwe of Mafikizolo
Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo

Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo
Chembo performing
Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo
Electric Violinist Caitlyn
Electric Violinist Caitlyn
patience namadingo
Mafikizolo performing
Mafikizolo performing
Mafikizolo performing

Theo Kgosinkwe of mafikizolo
Siba’s cooking masterclass
Siba
patience namadingo

 

BY KAPA KAUMBA

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8 COMMENTS

    • For once I agree with you Mushota, this is why there is too much AIDS in Zambia because of nonsense like these. You see sugar Daddies getting all these little whores from CBU, UNZA, NIPA, ZICAS and all those useless good for nothing colleges in Zambia and take them to these alcohol infested HIV dens. These little whores are going for these married men for talk time, rent money and for that latest cell phone. There are no more values with our women in Zambia. Nada, nothing and that is sad, y’all wonder why we marry white women? The answer is right there, our women…90% are whores in Zambia and the men are as useless as a used condom.

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    • Does she know how to cook? Or does she just googles all these recipes from other pages that don’t even apply to 90% of the Zambian population’s food? If she can make up a recipe on how to cook vinkubala or Kasepa then I will listen because that is as Zambian as it gets, but as long as she continues to write crappie recipes on how to microwave noodles, then I won’t even read any of that nonsense. Thank you

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  1. Saturday 28th April was the day of the highly anticipated, MTN sponsored, 2018 edition of Zamfest VS 28th April Zambia’s biggest musical experience tagged #ALL Out for Gospel headlined by Christian music kings, Ephraim and Pompi.

    There is a lot of #stupidity by the organizers of these events. Why didn’t they combine so as to have these events on different dates as than having two events competing in the same country worse enough same Lusaka, this was more like dividing the people.

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  2. At least South Africans have room for their own homebred music. Mwati ni ise ma Zedians with our computer bred music!

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