Gospel lovers were left awestruck after the Charambas delivered a spectacular performance during the tourism night at Gwanzura, a football stadium in Harare’s Highfield.
 
The Charambas were part of the country’s artists who performed at the Tourism night gig which was part of Sanganai/Hlanganani-World Travel and Tourism Africa Fair held in Harare from Thursday to Sunday last week.
 
Other artists who performed on the day included sungura king Aleck Macheso, Sulumani Chimbetu, Oliver Mtukudzi, Iyasa, Mbira DzeNharira, Winky D and Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave, among others.
 
Their performance which began with a performance of Olivia Charamba’s popular song ‘Africa’ received massive applause. It was fashioned with dance and sing-alongs of their popular tracks including ‘Nyika YeZimbabwe.’
 
When time came for their hit ‘Machira Chete,’  waves of clothes could be seen traveling from side to side in the venue which can host up to 15,000 people.
 
The couple could swap the role of leading in songs proving once again why they are ranked amongst the best in Zimbabwean gospel music.

The tourism night music extravaganza that had become one of the most sought-after events on the country’s entertainment diary, attracting both local and foreign fans, was scrapped last year as a measure to decongest the tourism expo but has been slotted back due to public demand.

Some of the foreign artists that have graced the event since its inception include Bongo Maffin, Ringo Madlingozi and Mafikizolo, all from South Africa, and Extra Musica and Djouna The Big One from the DR of Congo.