The Charambas performing at the fifth edition of the Open Heavens Gospel Crusade held at Harare Gardens recently (photo: M Chibaya).

The Charambas performing at the fifth edition of the Open Heavens Gospel Crusade held at Harare Gardens recently (photo: M Chibaya).

Pastor Charles Charamba and the Fishers of Men are set to commence their regional tours with an appearance in Mozambique slated for September 24 and 25. Ngoni Chandiwana, the Fishers of Men manager, confirmed the tour saying the band is geared for action.

“The band is very much prepared to take on Mozambique where we will hold shows in Chimoio and Busi. Just like in previous years, we are expecting the experience to be explosive as we have a very big following there,” he said

Chandiwana added that the tour will see Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba conducting missions on the sidelines since they are fond of their Mozambican followers.

“The Charambas have always had a passion for Mozambique. Because of this they will take the opportunity to also minister to people in that country,” he said.

Fans can brace for more shows as the Fishers of Men are also going to be holding shows in South Africa on 26 October and in Australia before coming for Zimbabwe shows.

“We are going to be more active now that Baba Charamba is done with his studies. The past three years have been less eventful but right now we are going to be up and about with upcoming shows in Cape Town and Australia. After this we will come back home and spread the gospel to the rest of the locals,” said Chandiwana.

He also added that the group will take turns to dish some of the biggest hits that have been produced by Fishers of  Men from the time they launched their careers.

The Fishers of Men is made up of Beverly Chenera, Gloria Gasani and Kudzaishe Marimo as backing vocalists, Michael Anatori the lead guitarist, Charles Ayibeki on keyboards, Paulos Victor the rhythm guitarist, Lyton Saizi the bass guitarist, Ronald Mundhuli the drummer together with Chandiwana as manager.

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